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What to Read - for an Emerging Business Analyst 
Hi, I have recently graduated, & have joined an Agile Development team in the finance industry.

Currently, my duties include some light development, testing & BA work.
In the long term, I would prefer to work with a foot in both technical work & the other foot in the BA area.

I'm just wondering are there any books you would recommend reading to help me with my early career. The topics can include whatever you think suitable, I wouldn't mind reading into some "business psychology", or anything like that, how a BA should go about their work, anything really!

Thanks for reading, and I appreciate any suggestions
 
New Post 2/7/2018 11:09 PM
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Re: What to Read - for an Emerging Business Analyst 

Suggest you join IIBA (iiba.org). They have an online library with books on lots of BA related topics. costs about $US100 to join for a year. I'm a member.

 

Kimbo

 
New Post 2/12/2018 7:31 PM
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Re: What to Read - for an Emerging Business Analyst 

Here is a list of books for business analysts:

Books for the Business Analyst

Enjoy,

Adrian


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