Let’s say on an average you commute 2 hrs everyday (to and from work) – which I do. So, that’s 10 hours a week and roughly 520 hours a year. If an average audiobook is about 8 hours in length, then technically you can listen to 65 books in a year!
Well, practically speaking that might be a lofty goal. You will also have to mix in music, podcasts, reading or just observing strange behaviors of your fellow-commuters. Right?
However, what about a goal of listening to 7 books? Much more achievable, eh?
If you have never heard of audiobooks and you always thought listening was for music and radio only, think again! Your world of learning is about to change. Click to continue
“Are you kidding me, Yamo?”
If that was one of the first thoughts that came to your mind when you saw this post, I wouldn’t be surprised.
A few business analysts think that the BABOK is really a dry read. Granted it maybe for various reasons. We will explore a few reasons why BABOK can be a dry reading and what to do about it by diving into the five ways to make the BOK talk to you.
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CBAP Application Real Stories
Cristine is a Sr. Business Analyst working in Toronto. She has had a very successful consulting business analysis career spanning over 12 years; 3 years of which have been in programming. She wants to do the CBAP as part of her goal, but is a bit overwhelmed with the application process. She would rather read articles about the greatness of CBAP that make her feel good, than start the dreaded application process (her own words). Even though she got a CBAP application worksheet from some of her friends to help her document the experience (one of which is a “premium” spreadsheet bought from a vendor) she is not really Click to continue
As a business analyst, how important are opportunities to perform enterprise analysis to you? For most BAs this work is highly coveted. Who wouldn’t want to ascend beyond the tactical project requirements and become involved in the strategic decisions? Moreover, there is also a sense that you can contribute value at that level. This is probably the truer driver.
In this blog, I’ll take a look at the reasons why you should be interested in enterprise analysis and some tips on how you can become involved in this exciting aspect of Click to continue