As the pandemic forces many employees to work from home, can your organization stay productive – and safe? Work-from-Home or WFH, as we all call it, is becoming a household term as the COVID-19
Certify Your Future with IIBA's Premier Business Analysis Certification, CBAP | Analyst Catalyst Blog
Business analysts who get CBAP, an advanced business analysis certification from IIBA, earn 19 percent more than their non-certified colleagues. The CBAP exam is now available online.
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.
BA Lens April 2020 Issue | Editor’s Note: Must Have Skills That Make You in Demand | Analyst Catalyst Blog
Today’s business analysis professionals have more opportunities in areas such as cybersecurity analysis, product ownership and business architecture, in the April issue of BA Lens we explore the
A common trait of a successful business analyst is systems thinking. Systems thinking is a timeless and important ability for business analysis professionals. A BA has to be able to observe and
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,
Professionals around the world are coming together during this difficult time. In the coming weeks it could be more difficult to continue ‘business as usual.’ If you are working from home,
Cybersecurity is a growing and exciting market for business analysis professionals to tap into. How can you scale and upskill yourself to move into a role in cybersecurity? Do you have the skills
While other trends have dominated the news cycles over the past weeks and months, cybersecurity remains a consistent driver for businesses and for the public. Be it public disclosures of our
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