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New Post 12/10/2018 6:20 AM
User is offline Olik
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Interview 

 

Hi everybody!

I was at the interview and they asked me a bit complicated questions about the button. What will you do if one Product owner wants to make a button in red color, but the second -  in yellow. I am not sure how to be when both have equal authority. Please, help me.

 

 
New Post 12/24/2018 1:51 PM
User is offline Meta BA
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Re: Interview 

If I was asked this questions, I would ask what is the goal of the button within the scope of the application. Then I would ask each how what they want will help meet the goal or objective of that button and how it might perhaps better meet the objective than their opponent. 

Depending on the nature of the situation, I might enter the discussion with my own additional research on the topic to help provide guidance on the situation.

Here is a great youtube video helping to explain the Day in the Life of a Business Analyst - Decision Support

 
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