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New Post 4/19/2017 10:48 AM
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BA Work From Home Program 

I am currently exploring the opportunity for Business Analyst to work from home 100% of the time. Part of our challenge surrounds collaboration tools that we can utilize during requirement sessions.  We currently have Webex, Instant Messenger, email and other basic applications (presentation).  I am looking for something the BA's can utilize via Web Ex to present and allow users to collaborate with them - such as an electronic white board.  Does anyone have input on the best collaboration tool to use?

 
New Post 4/20/2017 9:36 AM
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Re: BA Work From Home Program 
I could work at home to write documentation ... but to get that stuff to write, I need to be at the clients place and talk to people, watch things so I can ask more questions, etc.







Maybe Its the old age now and I'm different than the new BA's or whatever, but I can't sit home 100% of the time for any project.
 
New Post 5/10/2017 11:29 PM
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Depends what you mean by collaborate? Jira and Confluence are good.

 
New Post 5/17/2017 2:37 PM
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For brainstorming collaboration (earlier stages) you could check out coggle.it.  Its a free website and you can share it with other users.  They must have a google account to be able to access shared diagrams and edit.  All users can make concurrent changes and see updates in real time.  Without a google account, you only have the option to download a pdf of your diagram and share the pdf - not so helpful.  This tool could be used for mind maps, functional decomposition, and other general brainstorming.
 
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