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Featured articles showcased in this issue:
> The Changing Shape of Business Analysis
> Engineering the Why - What Every Business Analyst Needs to Know
> The Six Secrets of Highly Successful Business Analysts
> It's All About Transactions
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> More Business Analyst Humor
> Even more Resources for Business Analysts
> New Interview Questions
The Changing Shape of Business Analysis
by Thomas Frisendal, Business Information Analysis Consultant
The traditional axiom in business analysis that there should be a “Berlin Wall” between analysis and design is being torn down these days. Several authors and thought leaders are arguing that you cannot do analysis without designing and that you cannot design without analysis. This article is striving to visualize why this is really so.
Engineering the Why - What Every Business Analyst Needs to Know
by Ronald G. Ross, Business Rule Solutions, LLC
In today’s business world all of us are why-victims more and more often. This article introduces Why Engineering and its basic principles, along with the Why Button. Find out what it takes to be an effective at Why Engineering in today’s business environment.
The Six Secrets of Highly Successful Business Analysts
by Tony McClain, Geneca Senior Client Partner
Business analysts are jacks-of-all-trades -- and masters of some... unfortunately, many BAs fall short. They often spread themselves too thin, lack the requisite confidence to speak with authority, or don’t understand fully the important role they play.
It's All About Transactions
by Tim Bryce, Managing Director, M&JB Investment Company
It is important to illustrate most of what goes on in the systems and software world is really not as complicated as people make it. Most of what we do in business is process transactions, representing some sort of action or event, such as a purchase, a return, a back-order, a debit or a credit.
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