Architectural Digest The big picture is in. Understand the details, but focus on company-wide policies, rules and processes – the business architecture – to make gains in the marketplace.
Business Analysts must balance their soft skills, such as communication, with their technical capabilities related to IT infrastructure and data analysis if they want to best serve their organizations. So says a report, “2011 Top 10 Trends for RMD,” from consulting firm ESI International. A global panel of ESI senior executives and consultants contributed to the research project, which considered the most important priorities of the job for requirements management and development professionals. “Over the next year, market opportunities and rapid technological developments will result in greater demand from organizations for the specialized skill sets of requirements management and development professionals,” said Glenn R. Brûlé, CBAP, Executive Director of Global Client Solutions, ESI. “For business analysts, slow and steady will win the race as they bring their output into a better balance between soft and technical business analysis skills to demonstrate their true value to the organization.”
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