3 tips for a better use of tables in requirements presentation

Among other things, a great Business Analyst should be able to clearly represent business requirements so that every stakeholder can understand them and see how they are involved in the solution to their problems. While there are many, many ways to represent requirements, I found out over time that one of the greatest and easiest ways to do it is simply by using tables. Just look around you...

3 ideas to kill your next requirements review session

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I often tell my students that although I’m in IT, I don’t work that much in front of my computer. Actually, almost 75% of my job is communication, oral or written. I need to talk with stakeholders to elicit requirements; I need to document & validate those requirements; I need to present those requirements to clients, technical teams, training teams, etc. In fact, communication is...

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Making sense out of chaos as a BA & UX specialist

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