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Your go to prioritization techniques!

Prioritization is key for features and requirements! From MoSCoW to RICE, there are various techniques to help prioritize requirements and features. Whether it’s categorizing requirements by priority, understanding customer needs, or assigning weights, the goal is to ensure that the most critical items are developed first. In this post we briefly discuss the 4 common prioritization techniques: MoSCoW: MoSCoW is…

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4 must have collaboration tools for Business Analysts

As a business analyst, collaborating with your team and stakeholders is a critical part of your job. Effective communication and collaboration help ensure everyone is aligned on project goals, requirements, and timelines. In this blog, we will explore four must-have collaboration tools for business analysts. Miro – The Visual Collaboration Platform for Every Team | Miro Miro is a collaborative…

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The multifaceted role of Business Analysts

As Business Analysts we wear many hats and perform many roles. In this post we discuss the multifaced role of a Business Analyst (BA) from Change Agent to Influencer! Change Agents: We play a critical role in driving change within an organization. We act as catalysts for change by providing expertise and facilitating communication amongst our stakeholders. Problem Solvers: We…

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7 C’s of quality requirements

Requirements are a critical component of any project and must be carefully crafted to ensure that they accurately reflect the needs and expectations of the stakeholders. The 7 Cs provide a framework for developing requirements that are correct, clear, complete, consistent, concise, concrete, and credible. By following these principles, project teams can ensure that their requirements are of the highest quality,…

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Embracing the power of technology and innovation

Embracing the power of technology and innovation is key to staying ahead of the curve in business analysis. Learn more about how to succeed in this exciting and challenging field in our latest post. As business analysts, it’s our responsibility to stay ahead of the curve and embrace the latest developments in our field. In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape,…

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4 common mistakes Business Analysts make and how to avoid them

  We start off the new year discussing four common mistakes BA’s make on projects and how to avoid these mistakes: Mistake # 1: Not understanding the WHY? Your solution will not be complete if you don’t know why you are undertaking an initiative… How to avoid this mistake:  Ask questions such as: What is the business problem / need / opportunity that…

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