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Elicitation techniques used by business analysts and who gets involved in the elicitation process.
What analysis and specification techniques are most commonly used for determining scope, functional requirements, visual requirements, and data requirements
The critical communication skills for business analysts and how these intersect with the most common BA responsibilities.
The software development methodologies business analysts need to be familiar with and how BA work is impacted by different methodologies.
The types of tools and technologies you might encounter as a business analyst.
The types of experiences typically available to professionals employed in a technical environment, including ways to get more customer or user exposure.
The types of experiences more typically open to those working on the business side and the types of projects you might want to get involved in.
Opportunities available to both technical and non-technical professionals and how to reframe your current tasks as business analyst tasks with simple techniques such as observations, active listening, and practicing your systems mindset.
How to put together realistic and valuable goals for professional networking, so this set of activities helps you move your career forward in a concrete way.
How to pay it forward and what you have to offer seasoned business analysts even if you are not yet a business analyst yourself.
How to conduct an informational interview with a business analyst and a list of questions you may want to ask.
How to find the best networking events in your local area and what to do when you get there.
What authoritative, online resources you can use to further your professional development and meet other business analysts.
A strategy you can use to optimize your resume to highlight your business analyst experiences.
How to build a list of references appropriate to a BA job.
What work samples a hiring manager might look for and how to create them.
A list of job boards for finding business analyst jobs, keywords to use to find business analyst jobs, and a list of possible job titles under which you might find a business analyst role.
How to prepare for a BA job interview. You’ll learn the types of people you might interview with and what they’ll be looking for in a BA job candidate.