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B2T Training Announces New Certification Program

B2T Training Announces New Certification Program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Atlanta, GA | May 23, 2018 – B2T Training LLC, a leading provider of business analysis training and agile transformation services based in Atlanta, GA, announced today that it has released a new business analysis certification program. As a...

Great Product Owner Q&A

Great Product Owner Q&A

Recently, I presented our new Business Analysis: The Makings of a Great Product Owner webinar. I wasn't able to answer all the questions asked during the session and wanted to post them for everyone to see and share. Let me know if you have more! How can Product...

Stakeholder Engagement Strategy for the Missing SME

Stakeholder Engagement Strategy for the Missing SME

Those of you who’ve been to one of our classes know that we do follow-up calls with our students as part of our Make Learning Stick program. Today I had one of those calls, and a question from one of my students inspired this blog. This student asked me for some...

Managing Business Analysts: A “How To” Guide

Managing Business Analysts: A “How To” Guide

This post could also be named: What Your Business Analysts Really Wish You Would Do For Them. Managing Business Analysts can be challenging and frustrating. Actually, to be fair, managing any staff can be challenging and frustrating…but maybe more so for analysts....

Positive vs Negative Test Cases: Which is Which?

Positive vs Negative Test Cases: Which is Which?

One of the topics we cover in our Writing Test Cases for Software Requirements class is the concept of positive versus negative test cases. It sounds like a simple concept, right? Interestingly enough, it’s easy to get turned around and confused. What’s the...

My PMI-PBA Exam Journey and Study Tips

My PMI-PBA Exam Journey and Study Tips

Whew! I passed the PMI-PBA exam! Since I live, breath, teach, and preach business analysis, I was somewhat confident, but tests always make me a little nervous, so I prepared carefully. I always find it helpful to hear of others' experiences, so I’ll walk you through...

Mean and Lean Agile Teams Q&A

Mean and Lean Agile Teams Q&A

Recently, I had the pleasure of presenting our 12 Mean and Lean Analysis Approaches for Agile Teams webinar. During the presentation, we received some awesome questions. I wanted to share those answers in hopes of helping others, whether or not you were able to attend...

Get Out of the Rut. Make an Elicitation Plan.

Get Out of the Rut. Make an Elicitation Plan.

I really love teaching. I guess that’s not surprising, given that I’m (at least) a fourth-generation teacher. This is a clip from the 1920 Wyoming Census. The first entry on this page, Gertrude Shaw, is my great-grandmother. Widowed at 29 with three children to...

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