Laura Brandenburg explores the path to success in a business analysis career. Tips, strategies for progression, self-assessment, and best opportunities.
Discover the pivotal role of business analysts in deciphering core issues, aligning technology solutions, and driving organizational success.
PRESENTATION: A multimedia exciting presentation with music, dance, the live participation of ChatGPT as a real character, and a plot twist final exploring the exciting possibilities and challenges of business analysis in the age of AI.
Kathy Berkidge explains how incorporating mindfulness into the workday can lead to a more productive and fulfilling career.
The use of language models as Chat GPT in Artificial Intelligence can leverage the productivity of Business Analysis.
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.
Grant Wright and Paddy Dhanda show how visual thinking may be available for anyone to communicate better and interact in a more creative and funny way.
“There are different possible states of a Business Analyst. We may have opened the BA Multiverse!”
Karl Wiegers tells the most important lesson he learned after fifty years working in software development.
Scott Ambler, VP of Disciplined Agile at PMI, explains that there are many good options for a business analyst in an agile environment.
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.
LN Mishra tells some steps to grow as a business professional. Any business professional.
Yulia Kosarenko explains how a BA mindset targets the motivation of any professional to look for better business outcomes.
Amy Ruddell provides great tips to be accepted and became a successful speaker at the greatest professional conferences.
Angela Wick challenges the myth that there is no BA on agile teams.
Briana Ertanin explains how the business analyst is evolving to a C-Level role in Australia and invites the community to be part of this change.
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.
Alain Arseneault explains why Business Analysis must be done at a Strategic level to guide better business decisions.
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 […]
I am supporting IIBA in spreading its Global Salary Survey worldwide. The more professionals participate, the better the information we’ll all use to plan our careers and make our own decisions. Come with me and Rosalyn Tan to support this initiative. Take the survey at https://www.iiba.org/ and share this video with your friends. Together we […]
In RFP (Request For Proposal) different companies share informations about a problem or opportunity to be addressed. And Business Analysis operates in both sides of this communication. RFP is a request in which an issuer asks responders to submit proposals demonstrating how a product or service they offer can solve the issuer’s requirements. Read the […]
Does your organization need formal roles for Business Analyst, System Analyst, Project Manager, Quality Assurance Analyst, Tester, Enterprise Architect, Business Architect, Information Architect, Database administrator, Product Owner, Product Manager, Business Owner, Scrum Master, Agile Coach, UX Designer, UI Designer…? (this list is endless) In this small story I try to explain where and how specialization […]
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.