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New Post 8/12/2007 4:27 PM
User is offline Chris Adams
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Re: hello? 
I certainly can, but I was hoping you might narrow your question to something more specific first. Or at least give a context for your question so that I don't give an irrelevant example or two that complete miss what you are looking for.

Is this a generic interview style question where you are looking for standard interview type answer, or are you looking for the most challenging aspects of an anlysts' job?

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New Post 8/16/2007 11:53 AM
User is offline Patrick
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Re: hello? 

Hello Everyone!

   I thought I would post here as well to offer any assistance I can.  I am a Recruiter with 12 years experience focusing on  Business Analysts, if you have a question or I can help in any way feel free to post.  There is now also an "Ask a Recruiter" section under Careers that I will be monitoring and offer my opinions and assistance.  I am looking forward to being a part of the community and watching/helping it grow.

 

Patrick

 
New Post 8/20/2007 4:49 AM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: hello? 

I reckon one of the key thoings you should do is learn to (or consistently practice) requriements planning.  That is; (roughly) know what you are going to have as requirements and know how you are going to capture them, document them, track them and validate them before you even get your first one locked down.

Another thing to watch is politics.

Oh, yeah, and subject matter experts not really being experts.

 
New Post 8/23/2007 7:33 AM
User is offline Patrick
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Re: hello? 

I have always been curious to find what opinions are on this:

 "Oh, yeah, and subject matter experts not really being experts"

What makes an SME and SME do they have to know everything or just more than you?  If you are not an SME how do you verify or validate that the person claiming to be an SME is actually an SME?

Patrick

 
New Post 8/23/2007 3:58 PM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: hello? 
Sounds like a topic for a new thread.
 
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