Learn to speak analyst 0

Posted on 27, September 2012

in Category practitioner experience

learn to speak analyst

All too often people take on the “Business Analyst” role to provide some specialist input to a project. It’s a great starting point, but the move to Business Analyst involves a greater mindset shift than just moving desks  – it’s about creating something meaningful, achieving a purpose.  To lead the business through purposeful change, it is essential to be able to communicate with different stakeholder groups using the right tools and techniques. BAs need to learn to “speak analyst”.  Key takeaways: Three orders of business analysis: bridging the gap, introducing innovation and facilitating change Understand the notion of “Analyst” as [&hellip

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Compliance – It doesn’t have to be a tickbox exercise 0

Posted on 5, September 2012

in Category bsg insight

Compliance not a tick box exercise

Compliance is often much maligned as a tick-box exercise that your operations director needs to complete in order to have the right certificate on the wall. It doesn’t have to be this way. Understanding why regulations are introduced contextualises them as both interesting and important. Compliance – It doesn’t have to be a tickbox exercise from BSG (UK)

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IIBA BA supplier of the year 0

Posted on 1, September 2012

in Category bsg news


We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve been nominated for the IIBA’s BA Supplier of the year competition. Full details can be found here. The “company bio” we used was published as follows… BSG is passionate about being a proactive force for positive change. We are inspired by the opportunity to help clients deliver change which improves their organisations and their customers’ experiences. Our business analysis is driven by three considerations … 1. Is the analysis, design output and project approach aligned to organisation’s strategic ambition? 2. How can we challenge the current thinking so that we bring additional insight by [&hellip

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