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February 24, 2019

Humor: Analysis Help... from Alexa?

Humor - Cartoon: Analysis Help... from Alexa?

Business Analyst: "Alexa, what is my customer's most important requirement?"

Alexa: "If they don't know it how would I?"

Business Analyst: "Alexa, do you think the client will be upset if the project is delayed?"

Alexa: "May I suggest a therapist for that question?"

Business Analyst: "How can I be an effective analyst without your help"

Alexa: "I ordered 'Business Analysis for Dummies' for you.  It could help!"


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