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New Post 6/21/2015 3:31 AM
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User is offline Amoeba
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Aspiring to be a BA 

Hello Everyone,

 

I am new to this forum and have been working for incident and request mgmt in a big MNC. My current involves data analysis (excel) , powerpoint presentations, dashboards. I meet a lot of clients on phone and webex and like to meet and interact. I want to pursue my career as BA did CBAP training. How do I get to do shadowing and get practical BA exp to get to crack a BA interview. I have never written a BRD etc but am very much keen to

 
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User is offline sutnarcha
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Re: Aspiring to be a BA 

Hi, I see this post is over an year old. I hope you have got some experience as a BA working for live clients by now.

If not, I think its best to join a company as a junior BA and work with clients on minor epics, components etc. That way you would grow and evolve as a BA to handle much larger projects. No institute or college can give you such an experience. Only a job can.

 
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