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John P. Reiling: Business Anaysis Skills: Important to Your Agility

Are you thinking at all about business analysis skills, or even a business analysis career?

In these times of rapid change, business analysis is a core skill, but business analysis is tending to shift away from a singular career to a valuable activity regardless of your role, title or job function.

Here are two business analysis trends to think about:

TREND #1. IT project teams are building software differently, employing more agile methods. Here are five (5) implications of this trend:

  1. BA skills are central – but within a flexible skill set, not just practicing BA.
  2. Many will not hire someone that wants a Business Analyst role only.
  3. Be flexible and play the roles needed by their team or teams.
  4. Everyone needs to perform business analysis to some extent on the team.
  5. Business analysis is a true team sport.

TREND #2. Traditional Business Analysts are growing up and out of IT project teams and using their skills successfully in other roles. Here are five common areas that BAs move into:

  1. Enterprise strategy
  2. Chief Information Officer (CIO)
  3. Business architecture
  4. Management consulting
  5. Line management in large and small companies

The bottom line is this: If you aspire to any of those roles, or even doing something more entrepreneurial, business analysis skills are highly transportable, in growing demand, and useful to have as your career develops.

John Reiling, PMP
PM Training Online


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