5 Common Mistakes when Building Business Process Models
As mentioned earlier in one of our blog posts, a model is defined as a representation of a real-world process, concept, or design.
Business Process Modeling can serve as a tool to analyze information collected in the elicitation phase
“It’s not about winning or losing, it’s how you play the game.” OH REALLY? How does this go over to a person that depends on the win to feed their family, to pay off a debt, or to help their love one to get well
Here are BCI's top BA Trends for 2018
BA's taking on product owner role
More BA gaining PMI-PBA Certification
Agile community acceptance of BA role
The rise of the Big Data and Data Analytics
The BA and Cyber Security
The BA's Role in Design Thinking
If the business analyst role is to gather the requirements, then that would NOT be a difficult job! In fact anyone can get requirements by taking orders. In practice there are many ways that the BA can go and gather the requirements from the stakeholders
Business Process Modeling (BPM) is one of the cornerstone techniques in electing and analyzing requirements from our stakeholders/customers. A Business Analyst can use the model to gain an understanding of the current system and “paint a picture” of the solution. In the IT field, we
Business Process Modeling Overview
What does a new Business Analysis need to know about Business Process Modeling (BPM)?
The definition of a model is that it is a representation of a real world process, concept or devise.
One of the generally accepted practices in modeling is always to
With Bridges Consulting we understand that Business Analysts (BA) are put in a role to develop requirements to build a solution to satisfy the needs of their customers. Often, it seems as if the Business Analysis has to guess what the customers want and then