Igor Arkhipov tells us how the role of the BA is actually diverse and currently changing and makes some predictions of what we may see in the next 5-10 years ahead.
Scott Bennett provides some tips from his experience as a BA Manager to make people develop their skills with the help of others in the team.
Keith Ellis presents the key competencies to become a data-driven organization.
Delvin Fletcher, CEO of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA), explains why the BA Mindset is important, and what else one needs to help a business get better outcomes.
Understand different ways of describing Business Analysis and why it is important to approach it as a mindset.
Filip Hendrickx provides very useful tips to transform organizations in a way that change may persist.
Barbara Carkenord expands the horizon for Business Analysis professionals showing how they may apply BA skills at different organizational levels.
Alexander Belin explains the difference between digital and regular transformations and advises BAs on the challenge they must deal with.
Yulia Kosarenko explains how a BA mindset targets the motivation of any professional to look for better business outcomes.
Keith Ellis tells us about how Business Analysis is expanding and creating new opportunities for many professionals.
Debra Paul explains how a service view can guide the development of a BA professional.
Paddy Dhanda and Grant Wright show you how to put visual thinking into practice.
Dr. Penny Pullan shares some tips to plan an effective workshop.
Could we define a single specific value proposition for Business Analysis? Debra Paul doesn’t think so.
Christina Lovelock explains how to define and organize Business Analysis as a structured service in an organization, giving clarity about the role of BAs.
Kevin Brennan explains the difference between business analyst, product manager and product owner.
Vince Mirabelli defines the contribution of each discipline to reach better business outcomes.
Adrian Reed explains the necessity of answering WHY? and WHAT? before defining HOW? And, despite there is not a single order for that, there must be an alignment to put projects on track.
Alain Arseneault explains why Business Analysis must be done at a Strategic level to guide better business decisions.
A small comic strip to celebrate this important date.
I published this video in 2013 to explain BA to C-Level. BABOK Guide was there in version 2 (now 3 since 2015), but the message in the video still remains relevant. The voice you hear is from my friend Maureen McVey and the logo is from my company in Brazil, Gigante Consultoria. It took seven […]
IIBA has the potential to unite BA’s from different continents and produce a result which helps the community. Here’s my second graphical illustration video based on my Indian friend, Suhas Kerurkar, article. As defined in the BABOK Guide, a Business Analyst must enable change by understanding the needs and recommending the most valuable solutions to […]
What is business analysis? And who is responsible to do it? A lot of projects struggles by misunderstanding the needs of the customers or deciding for sub-optimal solutions to address those needs. Business Analysis techniques and principles may help you and your business to achieve better outcomes.
The Sultan’s Project is a fable created by Fabrício Laguna to present, in a playful and simple way, how concepts from various disciplines complement each other in a problem-solving process. In this 5 minutes video, disciplines such as Business Analysis, Project Management, Systems Analysis, Quality Assurance and Change Management are related to show how a […]