This is the fifth in the BA master class series of posts, covering seven key areas that helped develop my technique, performance, and delivery.
This is the second in the BA master class series, focusing on seven key areas I found helped develop my technique, performance, and delivery.
Communication is key to great relationships, for home and work, and here is a fun profiling tool to assess our own style.
Why is applying for the CBAP® or CCBA™ such hard work? Well, put simply, IIBA® needs to ensure that you are as experienced and multi-talented as you think you are, so they are rigorous in how they ask you to describe and define your experience. However, there is help at hand to take some of that hard work away …
According to the latest figures published by International Institute for Business Analysis (IIBA) for the Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) — New Zealand has the highest per capita CBAPs in the world (5.93 per million population) and is ranked fourth of 33 countries in total numbers.
How would you define business analysis in one easy sentence? According to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge it is “liaison among stakeholders” and “recommending solutions” — but we need to come up with something less like a translator between business and technical jargon. This articles kicks off a discussion…
At the Agile2010 conference in Orlando the International Institute for Business Analysis (IIBA) released a draft of the Agile Extension to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK) — introducing how business analysis on agile projects changes from traditional/waterfall approaches.