A guide to getting business analysis done the right way
“According to the U.S. Bureau of Labour Statistics (BLS), the country’s most authoritative source for career outlook, business analysts are on track for growth of up to 25% by 2030. It’s a far cry from the country’s 8% average growth expected by 2030.”
In today's rapidly changing business landscape, it is crucial for organisations to stay ahead of the curve and continuously grow. To keep up with the constant evolution of the market, companies must build the best business analysts who possess the appropriate skill sets in all areas of business analysis.
Business analysis is harder to get right in practice more than 50% of the time.
You can achieve at least 50% improvements in your business analysis outcomes by applying key ingredients- people, collaboration, knowledge, structure, quality and your definition of done - and the techniques presented in this new book by author Maria Montgomery.
The Art of Getting business analysis right intends to familiarise readers with key business analysis concepts, terminology, principles and capabilities. It will provide you with guides and tips on doing the best work to get business analysis right in any workplace. It is intended for anyone who wants to understand and apply business analysis to make viable changes in improving your organisation and achieving your goals. If, for example, you are an entrepreneur or an innovator working in a small business, you could embed business analysis skill sets. You will find great value in research by diving deep into ideas, options, benefits and costs. It could save you a lot of time and money in the future.
Maria belief is that everyone has the ability to learn a new skill that can dramatically improve your or your team’s performance. She also believes that one of the best ways to learn something is to learn from others and their experience, and practise, keep on practising.
By building the best business analysts who possess a diverse range of skills and a commitment to continuous learning and improvement, organisations can stay ahead of the competition and achieve sustained growth.
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