User stories are the most common way of representing requirements on an agile project. It's often a responsibility that falls on the business analyst or product owner assigned to create them.
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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.
Breaking down the many myths and misunderstandings about the business analysis profession.
Practical tips and advice on how to showcase your business analysis expertise and stand out in the field.
IIBA has launched and improved Career Center to connect employers to qualified business analysis professionals across all disciplines and career stages.
Business analysts face several challenges such a scope creep, change of business and process ownership and requirements. Read more on recommended solutions for these common challenges.
These 3 tips will help your business cases get approved more often in your business analysis practice.