Business agility – we’re talking well beyond just simply “doing agile” – has been a term that businesses have been starting to adopt and take to heart in the age of digital transformations, IoT (internet of things) and AI (Artificial Intelligence).
What artificial intelligence means to business analysts
Artificial intelligence is no longer a buzz word but a reality for the environments business analysts and many other analysts find themselves working with today. There’s a real need for analytical skills to learn these new capabilities and identify key problems and opportunities for the organizations to leverage. Tried and true techniques still work, but analysts need to adapt to underscore the continued value they can offer organizations.
Business analysis as a profession continues to mature in the world today and with that comes organizations and certifications indicating experience and knowledge. These certifications take time and money to achieve, and there are many different options, so it’s important to consider the business case of certification.
Once we see a business analyst in action, we can see the value. But how do you quantify soft skills of an enabler that helps others be more successful and deliver greater value? Let’s consider some metrics and ways to approach measuring the value of a business analyst.
Feedback Is A Gift! Accepting And Utilizing Feedback
How often do you thank someone for the incredible feedback you have just received? We work so hard to get feedback but then do you appreciate the person giving the feedback or just over analyze what you were given? In this BA Times article, Jamie discusses the value of feedback and how to change your perspective on this valuable resource!