Getting Started with Business Analysis
Are you new to the field of business analysis? No mater what your title, business analysis is a critical skill. The podcasts below are intended for those getting started with business anaysis.
Author and consultant Steve Blais shares with us his 11 principles of the business analyst, which provides guidance as to what a business analyst should do to achieve success.
In this episode, author Lynda Girvan discusses how BAs can succeed in Agile environments by applying a lean and adaptive approach.
Kitty Hass explains the evolution of the Business Analyst role and what you need to do to be successful in the 21st century.
Alaeddin Hallak shows us ways to deliver real business value through our business analysis approach.
In this episode, we discuss the different types of items that may make up a product backlog (Hint: It’s more than just User Stories)
Dr. Penny Pullan shares strategies for working on virtual project teams and helps us get the most out of virtual teams and virtual work.
Jared Wiese shares an approach for focusing on value to help you not just elicit requirements, but to get requirements right.
Matt Adams helps us understand what to do when we’re given a solution to implement. His approach leads us to become trusted advisors.
Paula Bell shares her tips and advice to break through the red tape and bureaucracy of office politics that holds many projects back.
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