Agile Extension practices advocate that what makes a truly agile space is being able to conform to current realities to ensure value is given with the delivery. Overlaying this in reality gives a
Business Analysis Blog | Why Every Agile Team Needs a Business Analyst | IIBA back to all blogs Here are several reasons why no agile team is complete without a business analyst. Jeffrey A. Roth
Agile has become a major part of business models and business agility, beyond the technology space. In a recent International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) salary survey conducted by
In fact, IIBA’s most recent Global Business Analysis Salary Survey found that nearly 70% of respondents have worked in an agile context. From 2017 to 2019, the use of agile techniques increased
There are many parallels between Cricket and Agile. Here are just a few.
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Although you can leverage your core underlying competencies, which provide a strong foundation for success, there are some key new components to master.
Well, it’s not a mystery – the evidence is clear! The many benefits of adopting agile are compelling and strategies that help organizations achieve those benefits are well understood.
As each product increment is built, the end of the iteration provides an opportunity for learning. That learning happens through customer feedback, which is incredibly important. You might think
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
Agile analysis is trending, but why? How will the rise of agile analysis affect all business analysts? Becoming informed in this area will help to give you a competitive edge as a BA.