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|NEWQuick Tip: Tips for User Training and Project Implementation (Registration Required)||38 downloads|
Many of the techniques that we use as part of our business analysis training can be used for your user training. Our experts compiled a list of techniques that they’ve used to ensure the training is effective and implemented in a manner that encourages user acceptance. We've shared them in our new Quick Tip.
|Quick Tip: How to Successfully Prioritize Requirements (Registration Required)||275 downloads|
Effectively prioritizing requirements is critical in order to make the best use of your stakeholders’ time and organization’s resources. However, there isn’t a one size fits all approach to prioritization. We put our experts’ heads together to compile a list of techniques that they’ve used to be more successful in prioritizing requirements and provide real value.
|Quick Tip: How to Improve Your Stakeholder Engagement? (Registration Required)||217 downloads|
You could know all the elicitation analysis techniques in the book, but if you don't have the right people engaged at the right time providing the right input – they won’t get you far. We put our experts’ heads together to compile a list of techniques that they’ve used to improve their stakeholder engagement and want to share them in our new Quick Tip.
|Quick Tip: How Can You Improve Your Requirements Gathering Techniques? (Registration Required)||361 downloads|
Requirements gathering is one of the most basic tasks of a business analyst professional. Unfortunately, performing good elicitation isn’t as easy as you might initially think. There is a lot of planning and thought that needs to go into performing successful elicitation. We put our experts’ heads together to compile a list of techniques that they’ve used to improve their requirements gathering and want to share them in our new Quick Tip.
|Quick Tip: How Do You Create a High Performing Team? (Registration Required)||252 downloads|
Most of your work life is spent being part of a team. When was the last time you actually sat in your office and worked alone to complete a project from start to finish? Most likely, you work in team environment and it’s more apparent now than ever that high performing teams are more successful. BA experts at the 2012 BBC Conference shared their concrete ideas on how to create a high performing team. We’ve compiled their answers and want to share them in our latest Quick Tip.
|Quick Tip: How Do You Know You're Done? (Registration Required)||356 downloads|
It is critical for project teams to agree on a definition of done for a project phase or iteration. While this sounds simple, it can lead to very complex and difficult discussions. At the BBC Conference in 2012, we asked expert BAs how they determine when they are done – we’ve compiled their answers and want to share them in this Quick Tip guide.
|Quick Tip: How Do You Ensure You’re Doing the Right Project Solution? (Registration Required)||561 downloads|
A valuable solution is one that will provide benefits to its audience and to the business. However, it can be difficult to determine if you’re proposing or delivering the best or “right” solution. In collaboration with attendees at the BBC 2012 conference, B2T Training experts developed this Quick Tips guide to help ensure that you are doing the “Right” project solution.
|Quick Tip: Potential First Questions to Ask When Starting a Project (Registration Required)||871 downloads|
Ever been assigned to a project and not sure where to start? Don’t worry, you are not alone. B2T Training experts and other business analysts have been in that position too. That’s why at the BBC 2012 conference we created this list of 15 potential questions to ask when starting a project. You’ll notice many of the questions listed are all about understanding the problem/opportunity and what success looks like.
|Quick Tip: Tips for Transitioning from Waterfall or Iterative to Agile (Registration Required)||735 downloads|
Making the switch from a waterfall or iterative development methodology to agile is not a simple step by step process. There are many variables involved which can make it difficult. To help make the transition smooth B2T Training BA experts compiled this Quick Tip guide with the help of BAs at BBC 2012. Business analysis resources like Tips for Transitioning from Waterfall or Iterative to Agile is one you won’t want to miss.
|Quick Tip: Potential Areas for Process Improvement (Registration Required)||1193 downloads|
Why is process improvement so difficult sometimes? Is it easy to recognize the best way to restructure or reengineer a process? No, it can be challenging to determine the best approach and know how to get started. We have identified 15 Quick Tips to support and improve your efforts.