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4 Trends in Certification That Can Help You Find Your Next Career Advancement Opportunity | Analyst Catalyst Blog
4 stats showing how a certification can move forward your career. Finding your next career advancement opportunity can be difficult, and COVID-19 has irrevocably changed the economy and the way
IIBA celebrated this year’s International Women’s Day with a Women in Business Analysis panel webinar. Moderator, Jodie Kane, Business Analysis Consultant, asked our panelists Barbara Carkenord,
Originally published in the BA Lens Q4 issue 2018, this article about making conscious decisions is critical in business - now more than ever, so I thought I would share my perspective on the
Becoming a business analysis professional pays off! Here are some practical tips on how to effectively launch your career in business analysis. The current state of the world and economy has
If you are a self-motivated professional with strong analytical skills, have excellent written and verbal communication skills plus the ability to work well with employees at all levels of an
Due to COVID-19, work-from-home has become the new norm for some Business Analysis teams. Ensure your company’s Business Analysis team remains productive by implementing these best practices.
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
Learn how you fit in the new normal with IIBA’s Global Salary Survey Organizations today need good business analysis to help guide them through the crisis of the pandemic. Do you have the skills
“Why won’t they listen to my recommendations?” “Why isn’t the management including me in their strategy planning?” In the practice of Business Analysis, we’ve heard these concerns - and