What’s Up With Data Analysis?

I find myself running into a lot of business analysis professionals who say, “I don’t do data analysis. That is the data architect’s job.” My response: “…What?!?!” In a nutshell, a good business analysis professional knows that part of their role is...

Business Analysis Skills

Business Analysis Skills Core and Supporting Analytical Skills Request Info Business analysis skills are areas of expertise necessary to enable change in an enterprise by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders. Business analysis...

Requirements Analysis Techniques Listing

Requirements Analysis Techniques Listing Most Widely Used Techniques Request Info Requirements analysis is the tasks that an analyst performs to structure and organize requirements, specify and model requirements and designs, validate and verify information, identify...

Understanding Reporting Requirements Workshop

Understanding Reporting Requirements Workshop Request Info Overview Designing a report is more than just stating a requirement, “Users must be able to report on the data.” What information needs to be reported? What questions is the business trying to ask? What...

Finding and Analyzing Data Workshop

Finding and Analyzing Data Workshop Request Info Overview This workshop will help participants identify, document and analyze data needed on their projects. If you know the processes or use cases you can find the data. Participants will identify what data is needed,...

Good BAs Define Requirements for Orange Juice

It’s a common scenario. You’re on your way home from work when your spouse sends you a text message to pick up some milk, orange juice, and bread on your way home (of course you read the text while you’re at a stop light, not while you’re...

Yikes! What about the data?

Some people cannot understand why data requirements are important. There are a lot of Business Analysts who say they have never collected data requirements and do not understand why they should.  Here is one small example from my experience. I was doing some business...
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