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New Post 1/12/2016 12:55 PM
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For those who have moved on from being a BA 

I was wondering what position did you end up taking.  I recently transitioned from a BA to a data warehouse manager.  While I am not a senior data warehouse manager at all, in fact pretty green it feels go to transition and get paid more money.  Where I work it's fairly easy to go from associate ba to ba in about 1 - 2 years and senior ba 5-7 years, but after that you top out usually unless you get with product or account management team.  That doesn't happen very often.  Due to the nature of my team I am fortunate to get this opportuntity.  

Just curious what the senior members have transitioned into since being a BA?

 
New Post 1/19/2016 3:42 AM
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Re: For those who have moved on from being a BA 
Became a PMP, CSM ... but I do contracting so I'm a Jack-Of-All-Trades ... can take something from Concept to Close-out (design, development, testing, delivery, etc) ... what ever they want done ... I don't stick to any single position.
 
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