The Minimum Viable Product, an approach to maximize your value as a BA?

Can the Minimum Viable Product concept be applied to Business Analysts?

In the startup world and in many Agile methodologies, the minimum viable product (also known as an MVP) is a key concept that helps contributors to focus on building features that create the most value to customers early in the product creation process. It provides guidance to the implementation team so that they don’t forget the customer objectives toward the product and fall for the HDD (hype...

How to support your team throughout implementation by taking Business Analysis deliverables to the next level


Business Analysis is mainly about communication, where your ultimate goal is to understand, summarize and communicate your stakeholders requirements. From business processes models to detailed solution requirements and UML diagrams, your deliverables and requirements packages will be at the center of your work as a Business Analyst. However, these deliverables should not be the end of your work;...

Taking Business Analysis deliverables to the next level: an introduction

Since I completed my master degree at HEC Montreal back in 2006, I tried to maintain good relationships with my teachers. This gave me the opportunity to start teaching in 2008, as well as to give conferences to undergraduate and graduate students about the role of the business analyst in organizations. At the beginning of 2015, one of my teachers asked me to come in one of her classes to give...

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