Landing for your first job can be challenging. A great way to overcome the lack of ‘real world’ experience is to earn an Entry Certificate in Business Analysis offered by the International
Business analysts and other professionals can experience career growth by joining a membership association that offers free resources and information, discounted training, and more.
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,
Webinar: Women in Business Analysis webinar panelists will share insights into the challenges and opportunities for women working in business analysis. Our expert panel will share their
IIBA’s recent public webinar, Why Get Certified? with panelists Michael Roberts, Director of Customer Engagement at ASPE and Michael White, founder and president of The Business Analysis Doctor,
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
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.
Unlike other industries the financial services sector has always been a pioneer in adopting digitization and emerging technologies. While many other industries are vying to integrate data
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
4 Trends in Certification That Can Help You Find Your Next Career Advancement Opportunity | Analyst Catalyst Blog
4 stats showing how a certification can move forward your career. Finding your next career advancement opportunity can be difficult, and COVID-19 has irrevocably changed the economy and the way