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Requirements: how to add depth to your UX practice using business analysis

In this post, you’ll learn more about: How Business Analysts traditionally see requirements; How UX experts also play with requirements, even if they don’t know it; What is the full requirements spectrum (hint: it’s not only about the system); How you can add depth to your UX practice using requirements A few weeks ago, one of my colleagues was quickly explaining the role of the UX team on a new...

Eric’s Business Analysis Reading List #10

Eric the BA Business Analysis Reading List

It’s been a while since my last post in August! The fact is that I’ve been quite busy studying for the CBAP certification exam (which I finally scheduled on February 1st 2016) and preparing a private lecture on Business Analysis 101 (which was a great experience). I also refreshed Eric the BA.com design to put more emphasis on the content and improve the reading experience. This will...

How to improve collaboration with your stakeholders 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 will be at the center of your work as a Business Analyst. However, these deliverables should not be the end of your work; they are only the means to...

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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