It’s About the What and Not the Who and How

As the complexity of projects increases, BAs need to be accomplished, perhaps gifted, strategic thinkers and leaders of change the first step in determining the optimal make-up of your business analysis team is to determine the type and complexity of work they are and will be performing.
As the complexity of projects increases, BAs need to be accomplished, perhaps gifted, strategic thinkers and leaders of change the first step in determining the optimal make-up of your business analysis team is to determine the type and complexity of work they are and will be performing.
As the complexity of projects increases, BAs need to be accomplished, perhaps gifted, strategic thinkers and leaders of change the first step in determining the optimal make-up of your business analysis team is to determine the type and complexity of work they are and will be performing.

I met Alec Sharp (asharp@clariteq.com @alecsharp) while running BusinessAnalystWorld when he became one of our top speakers on anything to do with business analysis.  He authored a great chapter in the book The BA Book of Mentors entitled “What, Not Who or How—Getting to the Essence”.  In it, he helps us understand the importance of getting to the core of our customer’s business – the essence of the business or the ‘what’ – and not getting clouded by the ‘who and why”

https://ow.ly/PPTkY.  #BAbookofmentors

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