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E.g., 2021-10-27
E.g., 2021-10-27

In this blog you can read our official winner’s interview with Rebecca Richmond-Smith, Business Analyst of the Year 2021...

This blog raises and explores the question: is business analysis strategic or tactical...

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At the recent BA Manager’s Forum we discussed Business Analysis as a service. Here are the key take-outs from the lively and informative Q&A session...

If you’re looking for motivation to succeed in the business world (and in life), why not take some inspiration from some of the athletes competing in the Tokyo Olympics...

With a 50% skills shortage in the business analysis field, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to recruit experienced and highly motivated BAs...

It’s hard to imagine meeting an experienced Business Analyst who’s never elicited, analysed and documented requirements. Yet the term has somehow become linked to outdated approaches involving piles of paperwork, with BAs just recording the requirements as they are described by stakeholders.

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Are you considering or debating running a formal and centralised Community of Practice (CoP)? 

There are various ‘lenses’ that can be used to look at a business situation, and in this article we explore two: we compare a reductionist viewpoint to a systemic viewpoint and we describe how they usefully coexist...

In the league table of useability Rich Pictures is a high scoring technique. As with all useful tools it's still wise to read the instructions and our latest blog provides some light touch guidance for the skilled practitioner. Read on...

In our latest blog we provide a timely reminder of the "C" in CATWOE; the customer. I'm not sure the customer is always right, but...

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