An extreme approach to requirements elicitation and management isn’t the most productive way to perform Business Analysis duties. Let’s see how to fix this.
A while ago, I wrote a post about the importance of Business Analysts for startups and smaller businesses. It was necessary, since BAs are underrepresented in this type of organization although they can bring them many benefits. To the opposite, larger corporations usually hire dozens of Business Analysts. Their problem is often that they simply hired […]
Since I took a break from teaching last year, I try to fulfill my urge of sharing my knowledge about Business Analysis through this blog and I hope you enjoy it! However, I’m missing face to face interaction with real people (or really, just interactions… because you guys are not very prone to commenting my […]
How to give your project an insurance policy by taking Business Analysis deliverables to the next level
Business Analysis is mainly about communication, where your ultimate goal is to understand, summarize and communicate your stakeholders requirements. From business processes models to detailed solution requirements and UML diagrams, your deliverables and requirements packages will be at the center of your work as a Business Analyst. However, these deliverables should not be the end […]
Starting a new year often means annual performance reviews in organizations, as well as setting objectives for the upcoming year. Being a BA, I prefer when my business analysis performance objectives are SMART, making it easier to work towards their achievement through the year. However, I have always find it hard to define measurable objectives […]