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.
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.
Feel like your business analysis career has stalled? Not sure what step to take next? Consider joining a membership program that will provide you with resources such as a community and network of
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,
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,
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 Analysis, Digital Innovation, Business Strategy & Transformation at Building Business Capability 2019 | Analyst Catalyst Blog
At IIBA® we are eagerly anticipating the kickoff of Building Business Capability 2019 in sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This year is extra special because it marks the 10th anniversary of BBC.
Through my interview with him, I was reminded of the Ralph Waldo Emerson quote: “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” As an active 71-year-old,
What is the biggest challenge you face in your role? According to data collected from IIBA’s 2019 Global Business Analysis Salary Survey, 44% of business analysis professionals report the number
IIBA's 2019 Global Business Analysis Salary Survey Results Are Now Available | Analyst Catalyst Blog
What comes to mind when you hear the words “Salary Survey Report”? Does it pique your curiosity? How do you think your compensation compares to others in similar roles, industries or geographic