Tag: "business analysis"

BA Development Day 2011

I went to the NZ IIBA /a> last week. It was worthwhile and I would recommend it to any business analyst in New Zealand wanting to further their career. This one-day event was broken up into 3 streams: Equip, Evolve, Enable. Equip: Foundation Skills… more »
By Brian Logan   Fri 18-Nov-2011

A is for Analysis

Categories: News, Business Analysis
The following is by Cecilie Hoffman, October 24, 2010, Republished with permission. Read the poem aloud for the best result. A is for analysis - differentiate and abstract, yields requirements and rules from science inexact. B is for business, whose… more »
By Brian Logan   Wed 10-Nov-2010 1 comment »

Agile Business Analysis Presentation

Categories: Day to day
This evening I went to an hour-long presentation on Agile Business Analysis by Ellen Gottesdiener at the Intercontinental Hotel. I was eager to go to this as she is well-spoken of, and I have her book, The Software Requirements Memory Jogger on my desk.… more »
By Brian Logan   Thu 26-Mar-2009 1 comment »

Late Innovations

Categories: Day to day
This has been an interesting few days. On Thursday I was interrupted in a meeting. I was scheduled to be on a 2-day course but somehow I thought it was next week. It was a course I requested and wanted to go on. Somehow I had mixed up the dates and… more »
By Brian Logan   Sat 22-Nov-2008 1 comment »

Use Cases without Design

Categories: Announcements
There's a good post on writing Use Cases without specifying design on Modern Analyst. The key thing in use cases is to not refer to any UI design constructs, that is: Don't refer to buttons: e.g. instead of "user presses the Send button", say something… more »
By Brian Logan   Wed 20-Aug-2008