While it may seem like we just wrapped up the 10th annual Building Business Capability conference, it is time to start preparing for this must-attend Fall event. This year the date has been moved
Social media is a great tool to build your network, but it isn’t the only tool you should have in your arsenal. Joining a professional membership connects you to a community of like-minded
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.
In the context of digital, agility means empowering the people in the organization to make the right decisions without needing to go through layers of authority and permissions, putting in
Agile project success doesn’t happen accidentally. It hinges on good analysis skills like these.
As we kick off a new year and a new decade, we look at the role of the BA and the skill sets you need to remain marketable and hirable, as well we look at evolving BA roles in the marketplace.
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
The world of Agile is transforming before our eyes. These 3 trends have had a serious impact on the agile method this year.
IIBA recently hosted a webinar panel discussion, ‘Why Get Certified?’ that discussed the value of certification and what you need to know about it. The Q&A discussion was flooded with questions
By definition, planning fits into a rigid world, where everything is written in advance and each action taken is predefined. On the other hand, agile business analysis seems to leave an important