It is important to always keep your skills current and learn new things to remain relevant but feeling fulfilled in your career is the best reason to become certified.
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.
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,
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
We all have career objectives but other than our annual performance goals how often do we take the time to conduct a checkup on our professional development? What are we doing to change and grow?
This season we put together a list of 12 noteworthy techniques to share with you during the 12 days of business analysis starting on December 25, 2019. Thank you for following our
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,
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.
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