Just Enough Doesn’t Mean None! The Agile Business Analyst Role

In an amazing turn of events, I have recently been teaching and consulting in organizations that have transitioned to an agile framework AND have decided, as part of that transition, that business analysts are no longer needed. In this blog post, I would like to note...

Agile BA Checklist

The Agile BA Checklist Request Info In our instructor Ali’s blog post, Just Enough Doesn’t Mean None! The Agile Business Analyst Role, she argues against the notion that documentation isn’t needed on agile projects. Specifically, she recommends that,...

9 Things to Avoid When Being Agile

Agile is extremely flexible and gives every organization and team a lot of leeway as to how they achieve the guiding principles and values. Trial and error is a key component of agile. It encourages taking risks, making mistakes, learning, and then adjusting quickly....

An Agile State of Mind Webinar

Specific techniques to adopt the agile mindset and what it means to be agile. Learn how your role may change with the mindset adjustment and how to help your team move from doing agile into an agile state of mind and actually being agile.

Keys to Successful Agile Maturity

As an analyst, it’s always good to enhance your agile maturity by looking back and assessing what you’ve learned in your experience: the good and the bad. Recently, I was fortunate enough to take such a trip down memory lane, courtesy of my annual email...
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