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Business Analysis for Anyone Wearing the BA Hat: Getting Tomorrow Right
Business Analysis for Anyone Wearing the BA Hat: Getting Tomorrow Right

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7 days left to register for our free webinar "What Is Lean Business Analysis" http://ow.ly/C5fe30kZEDV.
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Moving toward Lean Business Analysis: Learn 7 steps to making your business analysis process lean by eliminating waste. http://ow.ly/Sn3r30kK5RB
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News Flash: The world of business analysis is changing. Learn HOW! Sign up for this FREE 1-hour webinar about how "lean" changes business analysis.
Many companies are implementing Agile Software Development and "Lean" principles which drastically impact business analysis processes. This 1-hour webinar will address:
• Is business analysis needed in a Lean and Agile software development environment?
• How do lean principles affect the business analysis process?
• What does the difference mean to the business analyst role?
• What business analysis techniques do you need?
Register today for this exciting event as seating is limited. http://ow.ly/FK1F30kyhzI
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How can you make sure that your Use Cases are lean? Applying the lean philosophy of waste reduction to the Use Case concept creates a powerful tool for communication to and within a Lean or Agile Software Development team.

BA-EXPERTS just released the newest version of their workshop "Writing and Managing LEAN Use Cases". Learn why you need a LEAN Use Case, when to create one (especially in a lean environment), and how to write a Use Case including actors, preconditions, post-conditions, main paths, alternate paths, exception paths and how to deal with non-functional requirements.
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Part 6 (Final) of the IIBA chapter presentation. Unfortunately, there is no common definition for the job position of a Business Analyst. In addition, many positions that need business analysis skills have a totally different job title. Not only that, but there are two very different types of Business Analysts – one deals with finances and the other with information technology.

In "The Now and Future Business Analyst Profession", I will take a look at the current and future (in my not so humble opinion) landscape of the Business Analyst profession. http://ow.ly/LcTx30jFYf9
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Is it time for a career move? Find out how you can become a Certified Business Analyst. BA-EXPERTS has partnered with Nadine Millner, CBAP to offer a path to business analyst certification by the International Institute for Business Analysis™ (IIBA®).
http://ow.ly/AKXK30k1a8i
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NEW WORKSHOP from BA-EXPERTS - Lean Business Analysis for Lean Requirements – Simply Put! Especially developed for Product Owners and business-side team members. Learn how to define business needs and wants. Drill-down into requirements, features, and user stories to reveal functional and non-functional requirements as well as acceptance criteria. Use Gherkin to express scenarios in Given-When-Then structures using examples, outlines, and engineered test data
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Part 5 of the IIBA chapter presentation. In Lean and Agile software development environments, all levels of Business Analysis are strictly done on an as-needed basis. Both development approaches depend on Just-In-Time (JIT) analysis. Find out how the three levels of business analysis (strategic, tactical, and operational) work together in the brave new lean and agile world. http://ow.ly/dKqo30jFXXv
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Part 4 of IIBA chapter presentation. Operational Business Analysis uses Stakeholder Requirements in the traditional sense or User Stories in the new Lean and Agile world to define Solution Requirements (a.k.a. Functional and Non-functional or Quality Requirements).

During Operational Business Analysis, developers, someone wearing the business analysis hat, and test engineers work with representatives from the business community using appropriate business analysis techniques to flush out the details of a User Story, Work Item, Kanban task, or stakeholder requirement to the level of comfort developers and testers need to code or test the software. http://ow.ly/20VA30jFXvJ
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