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Achieving Clarity of Thought

John Barris (john.barris@equinox.co.nz) contributes to the book The BA Book of Mentors. He offers sound advice for all BAs: Clarity of thought is a key to ensuring that value is delivered through

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In Defense of Systems Analysis

Maria Amuchastegui (www.amuchastegui.com) writes a compelling chapter about staying close to the tecnnical side of your projects in the book ‘The BA Book of Mentors’ – https://ow.ly/PPTkY.  #BAbookofmentors

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Put It In One Page!

Patrick van Abbema (@pvanabbema) tells us that our stakeholders typically want us to keep our communicaiton down to one page in the book ‘The BA Book of Mentors’ – https://ow.ly/PPTkY.  #BAbookofmentors

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The BA as a Business Therapist

Mike Crawford @crawfordthinks contributed a chapter to the Book ‘The BA Book of Mentors’ – https://ow.ly/PPTkY, entitled The Business Therapist.  In it, he offers a great comparison between the BA and

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Establishing Shared Understanding

@pvanabbema tells us, in the Book ‘The BA Book of Mentors’ – https://ow.ly/PPTkY, that BAs must be good at ‘Creating Effective One-Page Documents to Establish Shared Understanding’. This, says Patrick van

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Working With Head, Heart, and Hand

David Rawsthorne writes  that the key to a BA’s  success is “Working With Head, Heart, and Hand” in the the BA Book of Mentors. https://ow.ly/PPTkY #BAbookofmentors

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BAs are Often Facing Multicultural Challenges

Christine Beaulieu writes “Team members who refuse to communicate are scattered over three continents and making no efforts to achieve expected goals.” The BA Book of Mentors. https://ow.ly/PPTkY #BAbookofmentors

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Does This Make Sense?

  Kevin Giles @wpganalyst asks the all important question that every BA should ask… “Does this make sense?” – in the new book “The Business Analysis Book of Mentors” https://goo.gl/HoMfl0

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