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New Post 6/28/2007 3:34 PM
User is offline Stephan Meyn
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Introduction 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 7/2/2007 1:36:40 PM)

Hi

My name is Stephan Meyn. I work both as a BA as well as a consultant to help organisations to build software in a better way. So the subject of Business Analysis is very important to me.

A lot of my work is in defining & deploying methodologies, training, processes and coaching. I see many different organisations and also regularly do BA work for them.

See my blog on the kind of topics I encounter in my daily work.

Stephan

 
New Post 6/28/2007 4:07 PM
User is offline Adrian M.
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Re: Introduction 

Stephan,

Welcome to the Modern Analyst community!  I took a look at your blog, and you have some great information for Business Analysts.  Feel free to create a mirror blog on Modern Analyst and post those entries which are directly relevant to Business Analysts or Systems Analysts.

Regards,

- Adrian


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