How to Start a Business Analysis Project
Learn how to get in the conversation with this step-by-step guide to starting your next Business Analysis project. In my eBook I show you exactly how to scope and plan a business analysis project – step-by-step – from the very beginning! I give you: the exact questions to ask in the initial stakeholder meetings; a method for producing the initial business needs, current situation and target outcomes; and how to write a plan for your business analysis activities and approach.
Be seen as the BA who delivers value and succeeds with this e-book
- Are you starting a new business analysis project and you’re unsure of what to do first?
- Do you need help with getting started with the conversation?
- Would you be interested in a step-by-step approach which tells you exactly what questions to ask?
- Do you want to confidently put your best foot forward and make a great impression?
Here’s what you’ll get in your e-book…
In my eBook I show you exactly how to scope and plan a business analysis project – step-by-step – from the very beginning! I give you:
- The exact questions to ask in the initial stakeholder meetings
- A method for producing the initial business needs, current situation and target outcomes
- How to write a plan for your business analysis activities and approach.
A note about your author
I’m Sam Cordes, Business Analyst. I’ve been employed professionally as a BA for well over 20 years in various industries, most of that time as a contractor. In addition to my own work, I have often provided mentoring and knowledge transfer to my colleagues to support them in their careers, and promote organisational capability. Following good practice and producing quality products is what inspires me, and I’m passionate about helping others achieve the best they can in their business analysis career.
I know you are going to get results with this e-book! But if you are not entirely happy, I’ll send back every penny you paid.
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