Sprint planning is an event where lots of things can go wrong. From giving the reign to the project owner to wasting the whole day on a meeting that leads nowhere, sprints are tricky to plan
How Business Analysts are Helping Healthcare Organizations Use Big Data | Analyst Catalyst Blog | IIBA
At its current rate of growth, big data for healthcare in the U.S. will soon reach the zettabyte scale. With the help of business analysts, healthcare organizations can leverage this data to
In order for any project or initiative to be successful, an agreed upon business need must be determined. This need may present itself as a problem or an opportunity. Business Analysts must be
Ever wondered how organizations find and hold onto top talent from the business analysis community? Check this out.
The average cost of a malware attack on a company is $2.4 million. A business analyst can help companies protect sensitive data.
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Here are a few ways your company can start expanding its business analysis efforts today (and why it should).
While business analysis tools and techniques are taught in many courses and detailed in books and articles, there is something else that is essential to our success – it is the business analyst
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