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New Post 10/4/2018 3:09 AM
User is offline Sanjay07
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What's next? 

Hello!

I have been working into the software industry for about 10 years now, where I had an opportunity to work into different roles, such as, Business Analyst (Jr->Sr->Lead), Product Owner, Product Analyst, Consultant (Pre-sales). My work locations were in India, UK, and USA, where I could work on many projects in Healthcare, Life Science, Supply Chain, Finance domains. It was exciting and challenging at times, and the journey was worth it.

With that background, I'm here to seek the guidance from the experienced professionals on this platform, to define new set of goals for the next 4-5 years. Meaning, whether to move into a new role?, or get a new skill?, or try something different/difficult? I don't know the answer to my own question - what's next?

Please advise.

 
New Post 10/17/2018 2:09 PM
User is offline Kimbo
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Re: What's next? 

Have a look at business architecture Sanjay. Logical next step for you if you want to go the architecture route. Its part of the enterprise architecture discipline which you can move into as well if you have the skills. 

 
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