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Business Analysis knowledge and skills are the most transferable and applicable in different areas, regardless of customers’ company type and business model, business domain or industry type.
Virtual networking is simple. These 4 tips can help you as a business analysis professional.
IIBA digital certification and Member badges let your network, peers, and employers know about your ongoing professional development and highlight your commitment to your business analysis
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,
By using KPIs, business analysis professionals can help organizations define success. This helps promote employee advancement and better business outcomes.
Originally published in the BA Lens Q4 issue 2018, this article about making conscious decisions is critical in business - now more than ever, so I thought I would share my perspective on the
Business analysis is changing due to current BA trends. Here are 3 you should know about.
User stories are the most common way of representing requirements on an agile project. And it’s often a responsibility that falls on the business analyst or product owner assigned to create them.
Companies are transforming to being data-driven, with the average project coming in over five times the ROI seen on typical IT initiatives. Top performers have an ROI over three times higher than