The definition of requirements in terms of solving problems and satisfying objectives, originally specified by the IEEE, is now widely used. It is referenced by both the IIBA and the BCS international Diploma in Business Analysis. It is the definition that we often refer to at …Read more about Requirements – What’s the problem?
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The subject of business agility has been gaining increasing traction over the last few years. Ever since the presentation of the agile manifesto, which was primarily related to computer programming, the word agile is appearing in ever greater number of contexts. As Bertrand …Read more about It’s new! It’s the business agility manifesto
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Communication and interpersonal skills are the secret sauce of the most successful business analysts and business architects. And the further these professionals go in their careers, the more important these ‘soft skills’ become. We have included two articles by the same …Read more about Communication skills get you talked about
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Yesterday’s technologies. One thing that hasn’t evolved that much for the average computer user is how to get what they’re thinking into the computer. Most business analysts probably still think primarily of the old technologies. We’ve had keyboards forever. And many …Read more about Data capture at the speed of thought