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Very well thought out, organized, fun class; I really enjoyed it [Agile Boot Camp]. The class exceeded my expectations and our instructor (Jacqueline) was very knowledgeable, able to share industry information and examples as well as offer feedback on how to improve existing agile processes on our teams. I appreciated the labs; allowed us to practice the process, observe different methods and respect different team members’ ideas and opinions.Jan T.
The instructor was very knowledgeable and was able to break down the course [Essential Skills for Business Analysis] into easy digestible pieces. I enjoyed the many group break out sessions. This helped solidify the course material that I learned. I would definitely recommend this course to others! It was a great class.Sharnecia W.
Health care reform remains a major topic in the news. Even more so with the recent presidential election. (Don’t worry…this is not an opinion piece.) I think we can all agree that in order for an initiative of this magnitude to be successful you must, of course, have...read more
This week, Jacqueline and I discussed one of the major assumptions that people have about agile: that you have to be co-located in order to be an agile team. We dove into the pros and cons of being co-located and working in a remote agile team, along with the impact...read more
When you ask an analytical person a question, you will rarely get an answer. Instead, their response will likely be in the form of another question. Why is this? Answers depend on context. Context refers to the framework of a situation or event. Even a simple...read more
We wrote the book on how to make the complex subject of business analysis easy to understand.
Companies today need business analysts so they can solve problems, take advantage of opportunities and make sure they are chasing the most cost-effective solutions. The good news is that the skills needed to address these concerns are learnable.