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The BA Podcast - Episode 18: What makes a BA a really exceptionally good BA with Joe Newbert 

Podcast is Engelstalig
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Joe Newbert is a Business Analist residing in Kaapstad (Cape Town), South Africa. Joe contacted me regarding the podcast after which i used the oppertunity to interview him on his experience. Joe has a M.Sc in computers science also he has extentsive BA experience in both the United Kingdom and since a few years in South Africa too.

Did you love the with Guy Beauchamps interview? (Episode 009: how to become a BA, and getting interviewed for a role) First sit down because you are about to be rocked of your feet! :)

The highlights:
* Can a truckdriver make a careerchange to being a BA?
* Recruiting a BA. What behaviorial things do you consider?
* How do you know if a candidate is bullshitting?
* The use of NLP (Neurolistic programming) during job interviews.

NEXT episode in this itnerview series;
* Acting as a project manager
* Interacting with stakeholders
* Your first day on the job etc etc.

Follow Joe on http://twitter.com/newbert

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CONTACT: [email protected]
Twitter http://twitter.com/bapodcast
http://linkedin.com http://linkedin.com/in/MichielErasmus

Duration: 26mins 22 seconds
Download: http://thebusinessanalystpodcast.blogspot.com/2009/11/episode-18-what-makes-ba-really.html
Rss: http://bapodcast.libsyn.com/rss

 
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