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Creating a Self-Organising Team

self organising team

All business analysts should be aware of the modern management philosophy regarding self-organising teams. This is where individuals are empowered to influence the decision-making process on a project and have the authority to change their workload as required. The reason this approach has become popular (not to mention effective) is …

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The Definitive Guide to Understanding Business Analysis

project success

CONTENTS Project Scope and Its Importance Business Requirements Analysis and Why It’s Important Gathering Requirements Brainstorming Storyboarding Interviews Prototypes Interpreting the Requirements Documenting the Detailed Requirements Agreement and Sign Off The Perfect Business Requirements Document Scope Creep Document Iterations Key Document Elements         Check out our advice …

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The Importance of Soft Skills for Business Analysts

soft skills

We often discuss the many and varied skills of a business analyst and the importance they play in successful project delivery, especially where that project is long, complex and technical in nature. However, to be a successful business analyst you need more than just technical skills, experience, competence or in-depth …

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5 Things Every Business Analyst Should Know

Business Requirements

Techniques for Gathering Requirements   There are a variety of techniques that can be used successfully to gather business requirements and which one(s) you use will depend on the type of projects and the types of people involved in the project. The most common are brainstorming, story-boarding/story-telling, interviewing and prototyping. …

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