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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Change Management; What Exactly Is Buy-In?

    When it comes to change management, the term 'Buy-in' is tossed around the office like a baseball around the diamond in a pre-game warm-up. It is a term used to indicate the need to convince everyone to get on board the change train, as it is destined for great things....

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Five Tips For Infusing Business Analysis Into Projects

    Any project you launch will face challenges, and the bigger your project gets, the rougher the waters will be. However, by following the basic tips given in this paper and integrating business analysis into your projects from the very beginning, you'll be much more prepared to identify all the icebergs...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    An Eye For Value: What The Business Analyst Brings To The Agile Team

    There's no question about it: agile project management expedites the new product development process. It is a streamlined methodology, based on having only essential people work in tight knit teams for quick and efficient results. Of course, one very important member of the team is the business analyst. Why? Because...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Implementing Business Analysis; Three Distinct Phases

    Implementing Business Analysis (BA) in organizations needs to be a planned and organized project. It consists of three phases with each one having many sub steps. Phase 1 determines the organizational target and primary group that will be primarily responsible for BA and who will be given initial training in...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Business Analyst Development In The Insurance Industry

    Enterprise change happens on multiple levels and with the effort of many individuals. It cannot happen without modifications to business processes at the transaction level, as committed employees work with business owners to analyze changes to the way work is done. Once that analysis is complete, support areas such as...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Enterprise View Of The Business Analyst Role

    All too often, the Business Analyst (BA) is unable to focus upon the right areas during a project due to a lack of enterprise analysis prior to the project. Because of this lack, the BA is forced to do requirements elicitation at too many levels at once rather than having...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The New Role Of The Business Analyst And The Strategic Implications

    The new role of the BA is far more strategic in both the organizational sense as well as at the project level. In fact, the BA, when appropriately leveraged, represents a liaison between business, project and customer teams. This shift in responsibilities identifies two areas that need to be addressed...

    Provided By Business Analyst Times

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Change Management; What Exactly Is Buy-In?

    When it comes to change management, the term 'Buy-in' is tossed around the office like a baseball around the diamond in a pre-game warm-up. It is a term used to indicate the need to convince everyone to get on board the change train, as it is destined for great things....

    Provided By Business Analyst Times

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Five Tips For Infusing Business Analysis Into Projects

    Any project you launch will face challenges, and the bigger your project gets, the rougher the waters will be. However, by following the basic tips given in this paper and integrating business analysis into your projects from the very beginning, you'll be much more prepared to identify all the icebergs...

    Provided By Business Analyst Times

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    An Eye For Value: What The Business Analyst Brings To The Agile Team

    There's no question about it: agile project management expedites the new product development process. It is a streamlined methodology, based on having only essential people work in tight knit teams for quick and efficient results. Of course, one very important member of the team is the business analyst. Why? Because...

    Provided By Business Analyst Times

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Implementing Business Analysis; Three Distinct Phases

    Implementing Business Analysis (BA) in organizations needs to be a planned and organized project. It consists of three phases with each one having many sub steps. Phase 1 determines the organizational target and primary group that will be primarily responsible for BA and who will be given initial training in...

    Provided By Business Analyst Times

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Business Analyst Development In The Insurance Industry

    Enterprise change happens on multiple levels and with the effort of many individuals. It cannot happen without modifications to business processes at the transaction level, as committed employees work with business owners to analyze changes to the way work is done. Once that analysis is complete, support areas such as...

    Provided By Business Analyst Times

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Enterprise View Of The Business Analyst Role

    All too often, the Business Analyst (BA) is unable to focus upon the right areas during a project due to a lack of enterprise analysis prior to the project. Because of this lack, the BA is forced to do requirements elicitation at too many levels at once rather than having...

    Provided By Business Analyst Times

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The New Role Of The Business Analyst And The Strategic Implications

    The new role of the BA is far more strategic in both the organizational sense as well as at the project level. In fact, the BA, when appropriately leveraged, represents a liaison between business, project and customer teams. This shift in responsibilities identifies two areas that need to be addressed...

    Provided By Business Analyst Times