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.
David Olson discusses the evolution of the Business Analyst role and its true value proposition.
Learn a problem solving approach that takes you through incovering the right problem, finding the right solution, and putting the right plan into action.
Scott Stribrny shares four techniques to identify and address ambiguous requirements.
Get back to basics and establish a strong foundation for your business analysis skills and techniques.
Scott Killen shares an approach for quickly eliciting a majority of project requirements with very little prep work.
Thought leaders in Business Analysis share the best advice they ever received.
David Mantica talks to us about influence and how to successfully navigate any organization to move projects to execution. He also shares several approaches and techniques to improve your ability to influence.
Author and consultant Cheryl Lee helps us to improve the collaboration and partnership between Business Analysts and Project Managers.
Roxanne Miller shares six ways to help reduce the risk of missing non-functional requirements (NFRs).
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