Things to Consider When Attending a Virtual Conference. Conference season is upon us - with the BA (Business Analyst) “biggie” occurring this week - Building Business Capability conference (BBC)!
The amount of knowledge you can gain is immense...and you can have a little bit of fun. It’s a time for me to gather with a lot of people I only see once a year at BBC, maybe people I only get to
was recently blessed with an opportunity to learn how the IIBA Atlanta Chapter uses their mentoring program to help support both their Chapter and community. About seven years ago, Wanda Hudgins
Like most of us you are eager to close the door on 2020 in hopes of soon bringing closure to a difficult and challenging year. While your career plans may have been derailed you can still get back
Due to COVID-19, work-from-home has become the new norm for some Business Analysis teams. Ensure your company’s Business Analysis team remains productive by implementing these best practices.
A lot of the same rules apply as 2019 or even 2003 when IIBA was founded – just please not on your AOL accounts. Making connections outside of necessity is key: don’t wait until you need
What Are We Missing? Maximizing the Basics at Virtual Meetings. Note: The following post is an affectionate note to anyone who actively hosts or facilitates virtual meetings. This may largely
Becoming a business analysis professional pays off! Here are some practical tips on how to effectively launch your career in business analysis. The current state of the world and economy has
Attending conferences, whether in person or virtually, are an important part of our ongoing career development. There is something special that happens when we attend an
In this year’s survey we drilled down to look in more depth at techniques, Knowledge Areas from the BABOK® Guide, approaches, and soft and hard skills that business analysts ranked most important