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.
“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
IIBA provides the globally recognized benchmark of salary and career trends for business analysis and related analysis professionals derived from its annual survey. This year’s survey invites you
The Corona virus has driven many organizations to work virtually – at least those considered non-essential services and for many firms this is the first time their employees have worked remotely.
When I interviewed for my current social media role with IIBA® this was the easiest interview question to answer. You see, as the person managing the social media accounts for organizations,
Consider this scenario, you have been assigned a new client project. Now this project comes with some constraints. It was initiated in the context of historical workplace practices that were
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,