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New Post 8/11/2020 9:15 AM
User is offline satineeraj
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hi some of the best books are:

1: A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge.

2: The PMI Guide to Business Analysis.

3: Business Analysis for Practitioners.

4: CBAP/CCBA Certified Business guide 

 

 
New Post 10/4/2021 6:34 AM
User is offline jamesbenzo11
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Would definitely read these books once in my life! smiley

 
New Post 10/26/2021 1:17 PM
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Thanks for the advice, be sure to read)

 
New Post 11/17/2021 9:25 AM
User is offline Pete Xix
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 satineeraj wrote

hi some of the best books are:

1: A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge.

2: The PMI Guide to Business Analysis.

3: Business Analysis for Practitioners.

4: CBAP/CCBA Certified Business guide 

 

Hi, thanks for the recommendations, excuse me did you have them in PDF?

 
New Post 5/10/2022 4:36 AM
User is offline Riri
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Thanks for your advice! I am reading the first one with great pleasure

 
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