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February 11, 2018

Humor: Requirements and Social Media

Humor - Cartoon: Requirements and Social Media

Business Analysis Manager: "Burt, how did you document the strategic business requirements? I can't seem to find them..."

Burt, the Business Analyst: "I was told I need to be more social, so I posted them on our Facebook page."

Business Analysis Manager: "WHAT?!?"

Burt, the Business Analyst: "Don't worry... I did a good job documenting them.  We've been getting many 'likes' from our competitors."

 

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