Create Value, BABOK 2.0, Demand for Data, and more...
Featured articles showcased in this issue:
> The Next Wave: Valuable Products First, Process Second
> Three Reasons to Upgrade from Business Rules to Decision Models
> An Introduction to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK 2.0)
> What BAs Need to Know About Decision-Aware Business Processes
> Webinar: How The Business Analyst Can Keep Up With The Demand For Data
Also in this issue:
> More Business Analyst Humor
> Even more Resources for Business Analysts
> New Interview Questions
- Adrian Marchis, Editor
The Next Wave: Valuable Products First, Process Second
by Jonathan Kohl, Founder & Principal Consultant, Kohl Concepts, Inc
I'm hearing the word "value" a lot lately. This is partly because the economic downturn has us looking to get the most for our money. But that's not all. More and more managers, business analysts, programmers and testers are talking to me about value. They are concerned that their products provide value for their end users. Many of them express a kind of process or tool fatigue. They are tired of being told that using a particular process or toolset is the key to their success. To them, value is a more important concept.
Three Reasons to Upgrade from Business Rules to Decision Models
by Barbara von Halle and Larry Goldberg, KPI, LLC
In a previous column, we looked at how Decision Models improved an actual project. Below, we explore why the Decision Model is the next logical (and simple) advance in process modeling and business rules. We do so by addressing five questions...
An Introduction to the BABOK 2.0 (Business Analysis Body of Knowledge)
by Morgan Masters, Business Analyst and Staff Writer, ModernAnalyst.com
I have been in the business analysis profession for many years and the one thing I have constantly had to challenge myself on is leading without really leading, or what I call leading from the side. As a business analyst, many times we are not in a position of authority yet we have to have significant leadership skills to be successful...
What You Need to Know About Business Rules
by Ronald G. Ross, Executive Editor, BRCommunity.com
In the human body, control is provided by the nervous system, an organized collection of nerves that connect to the muscles. Business operations must have similar coordination of behavior. This coordination or guidance is supported by business rules.
How The Business Analyst Can Keep Up With The Demand For Data
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