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Did BAs become irrelevant when business learned to code? 1

Posted on 19, September 2013

in Category bsg insight

New world order

David Reinhardt, BSG Principal Consultant, presented a talk titled “Did BA’s become irrelevant when business learned to code?” at a recent industry conference. The talk examines the progression of the relationship between Strategy, Business, IT and the Customer. We love to talk about this. Please make contact if you would like to discuss any of the ideas in this presentation.   In the run-up to the conference, David also authored a blog post talking about the role of trust and the transition from a specification/control world to a process/trust world. Read it here

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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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