When business analysis professionals link their plan to the organization’s strategy, they get better results. Here’s how to accomplish this.
This blog is a summary of the article New Techniques Business Analysts Will Need to Leverage Post-Pandemic from the July issue of IIBA’s members e-magazine BA Lens.
Hiring a business analysis professional not only enhances the company's operations but also simplifies interactions with customers.
Business analysis is key to enabling change that drives business success. Business analysis is more than defining requirements, it is a disciplined approach for introducing and managing change
User stories are the most common way of representing requirements on an agile project. And it’s often a responsibility that falls on the business analyst or product owner assigned to create them.
Detailed job descriptions are one of the most undervalued aspects of the hiring process, and one of the biggest roadblocks to getting the quality candidate flow you want.
Building a structured path for your career will help you champion your successes. First take a critical review of your capabilities. Evaluate your competencies, set goals to develop your skills
IIBA has launched and improved Career Center to connect employers to qualified business analysis professionals across all disciplines and career stages.