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October 14, 2012

Humor: At times, Silence may be the best Business Analysis Technique

Humor - Cartoon: At times, Silence may be the best Business Analysis Technique

Business Analyst: "My co-workers are still not happy with me.  I don't know what to do anymore."

Business Analyst Mentor: ""Try this: every time you go into a staff meeting, gargle gently with chamomile tea, the entire time."

Business Analyst: "Gaaaaaarrrrgle!"

Business Analyst: "I can't believe it!  Your suggestion worked!"

Business Analyst Mentor: "I knew if you would just shut up, everything would be OK."

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