Business analysis that precedes system implementation is one of the key factors influencing overall project success. The goal of the analysis is to elicit requirements on the solution and provide inputs for their prioritization.
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Organizations used to rely on business analysis to provide a stream of new project managers, but that’s not the case anymore—and that’s a good thing.
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The role of enterprise agility is very important as it brings the ability to adapt easily to the change introduced—and then sustain it. It allows organizations to respond quickly to the change resulting from digital transformation, either through automation of business process or process re-engineering.
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Emotions can be a driving force or a destructive force. Here, the author looks at how emotions can effect your project and your team—all through the lens of superheroes and the colors of the rainbow!
Forget the bodies of knowledge, the training courses and the “top X things you need” lists. Here’s what makes the perfect business analyst (at least if you’re working on one of the author’s projects)…