Forums for the Business Analyst

 
  Modern Analyst Forums  Careers  Getting Started  Highly Experienced Test Manager - Is it worth moving to Business Analysis?
Previous Previous
 
Next Disabled
New Post 10/10/2018 4:34 AM
Unresolved
User is offline Asif 01
1 posts
No Ranking


Highly Experienced Test Manager - Is it worth moving to Business Analysis? 

I have 15 years of experience, first few years in development and then in testing and currently working as a Test Manager. To move on from here I have two options - improve technically and get into automation or move into business analysis. Most of the experience is as a manual tester with great experience in Finance domain so a move should be possible but my question is are there roles available in Business Analysis that would pay me at or more than my current pay scale?

 
New Post 12/24/2018 12:41 PM
User is offline Meta BA
17 posts
9th Level Poster


Re: Highly Experienced Test Manager - Is it worth moving to Business Analysis? 

In my opinion, a career as a business analyst has the most options when you are ready to take it to the next step. Because the role of BA interacts with so many parts of the process from business to IT, you can easily direct your career in a variety of directions depending on your strengths or passions.

 
Previous Previous
 
Next Disabled
  Modern Analyst Forums  Careers  Getting Started  Highly Experienced Test Manager - Is it worth moving to Business Analysis?

Community Blog - Latest Posts

Trividh Patel, CBAP
Trividh Patel, CBAP
At first, I wanted to tell people how they should go about getting their IIBA certification. But then I thought the best way to do this is by actually telling “how did I achieve my own CBAP?” So, friends here is my story. I started working as Business Analyst in 2002. I have used multiple elicitation techniques (such as interviewing,...
0 Responses
Ekaterina Barabash
Ekaterina Barabash
I address my thoughts to those who are in IT management for whom the terms such as quality of project implementation development and profitability indicators of the company are important.  And it is also addressed to business analysts whose daily routine is the process of communication with Customer. A little about myself first. The last 8...
0 Responses
Dan Tasker
Dan Tasker
I have long been a believer in the saying “Context is everything.” As a business analyst dealing with business users, understanding the context of the topic of discussion is essential. In thinking about what constitutes quality requirements it occurred to me that there are a number of additional contexts that play a role. Examples inclu...
1 Responses




Latest Articles

Requirement Elicitation: Stories Are Not Requirements
Mar 17, 2019
0 Comments
  One of the three activities encompassed under Requirements Analysis is the process of ‘ Requirements elicitation’. IIBA’s de...
Featured Digital Library Resources 
Copyright 2006-2019 by Modern Analyst Media LLC