When the rumblings of COVID-19 started as early as December 2019, no one outside of a medical lab had any idea it was going to have this big of an impact on the world. I don`t think anyone was at
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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.
Documenting requirements is a task of high importance as it’s the foundation phase that can lead to success in the other business analysis phases. A requirement document will be used in design,
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
There are processes that partially address this question, such as backlog refinement in agile development, IP iteration in SAFe and design sprints. They are well covered in the professional
The Most Effective Ways to Prepare Your Team for a Customer Experience Transformation | Analyst Catalyst Blog
Preparing your team for a customer experience (CX) transformation is an essential step in pursuing an organizational change in the way your company delivers services to your customers. To help
Digital transformation and data analytics are driving demand for business analysis skills in non-traditional business analyst roles. Foundational skills remain key to laying the groundwork for a
COVID-19 has brought many people’s careers to an abrupt halt. Here are a couple of ways business analysis professionals can ensure career advancement in the future.
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
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing businesses all over the world to rethink – who, what, where, how. Alot of skills are needed to do this well but maybe none more critically than business analysis.