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New Post 12/4/2010 11:42 AM
User is offline tobeaBA
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Mentor 

Hi,

I am kind of new to the field and modern analyst has been very resourceful. Although, I wanted to know if it is possible to talk to someone in the profession who can be a mentor?

Please let me know. It would be a great help.

Thanks.

 
New Post 12/29/2010 10:07 AM
User is offline aamir
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Re: Mentor 

 I would point you in the direction of www.businessanalysis101.com.  You should email [email protected] with any specific questions you have, as they will give you an informative and detailed response that will actually help you.  Also, they have absolutely terrific lectures that help BAs in the field rather than explain basics.

Hope that helps

 
New Post 12/29/2010 6:00 PM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: Mentor 

 Hi there tobeaBA,

Where are you located?  Web based mentor-ship works, but face to face is a much more rewarding experience.

 
New Post 1/24/2011 11:44 AM
User is offline Laura Brandenburg
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Re: Mentor 

tobeaBA -- Good luck with your transition. I also do mentoring for new BAs.

http://www.bridging-the-gap.com/business-analyst-career-resources/business-analyst-career-mentor/

 

 
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