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I've come to understand the necessity for stakeholder involvement throughout the Requirements Gathering process. But what if it's another BA who is the stakeholder company's point of contact whom you'll be gathering requirements from instead of the stake holder themselves? Is there an advantage? How do we leverage the strength of our Requirements&#...
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This entry was published on Dec 02, 2007 / Chris. Posted in Elicitation (BABOK KA), Business Analysis. Bookmark the Permalink or E-mail it to a friend.
Do Business Analysts belong on Agile Projects?  Some say yes, but isn't a better model for Agile developers to learn BA skills? Don’t be fooled. Agile projects threaten the role of business analysts on IT projects. An important thing to consider for Agile projects is that users need to be senior enough to be able to look beyond local ag...
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This entry was published on Nov 28, 2007 / Craig Brown. Posted in Business Analysis, Agile Methods. Bookmark the Permalink or E-mail it to a friend.
Is this the start of a new trend, or a short-term blip? Recruiters are calling, and making "extra" visits to IIBA and other meetings.  They say they have more corporate demand for Business Analysts, than they can fill. Many programming jobs have moved to India and other locations.  Now there are not enough people left to supply the...
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This entry was published on Nov 13, 2007 / sherlockmh. Posted in Career as a Business Systems Analyst. Bookmark the Permalink or E-mail it to a friend.
How do we define the role of a BA. Is there a difference in responsibilities executed by a business analyst and business systems analyst? Or, are the titles simply synonymous with each other? Attempting to clear out some of that fog is the purpose of this article. As much as I enjoyed writing this, I also look forward to receiving your feedback and...
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This entry was published on Oct 17, 2007 / . Posted in Roles and Responsibilities. Bookmark the Permalink or E-mail it to a friend.
This article aims to share with the readers what it means to be a Business Analyst and people who are exploring this career path can hopefully gain some insight from this piece. A Business Analyst is commonly perceived to be a ‘Conduit’ between the IT and Business units of an organization. Simply defined, a Business Analyst is a professional who ...
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This entry was published on Aug 02, 2007 / Priya. Posted in Roles and Responsibilities. Bookmark the Permalink or E-mail it to a friend.
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