Top Ten Things to Look for in Business Analysis Training

As analysts, it is going to be natural that we are going to methodically analyze to make sure we select the best course that fits our requirements. Sometimes, however, the analysis can often get in the way of the decision rather than help it. So it is our hope that...

Blog: PMI® Releases New Report on Requirements Management

This past week, The Project Management Institute released results of a study on one of our favorite topics – the importance of requirements.   PMI’s Pulse of the Profession® In-Depth Report on Requirements Management will hopefully serve as a wakeup call and provide...

Blog: IAG Consulting Offers Free Online Requirements Maturity Assessment Tool

NEW CASTLE, DE (January 14, 2012) IAG Consulting, the leading requirements consulting and software solutions provider, has announced the availability of an online tool for organizations to assess the maturity of their requirements definition and management (RDM)...

Blog: Introduction to the Agile Project Framework

Introduction to the Agile Project Framework While relatively new to many, the Agile Business Consortium’s Agile Project Framework is actually the most established framework for agile project management in use today. For over 20 years, the framework has provided a...

Discovery Canvases: The indispensable visual conversation tool for Business Analysts and Agile Teams

Ross Little, IAG’s President and co-founder, when speaking to rooms of Business Analysts and Project Managers often talks about the BA’s version of the Blank Page Syndrome. Writers and designers are very familiar with the concept of being faced with a blank page and...

Blog: 15 Types of Questions to use in your Requirements Discovery Sessions

As a facilitator of Requirements Discovery Sessions, one of your primary skills is questioning. Here are the fifteen types of questions you should be using when you are facilitating a requirements discovery session on your projects. Type Explanati…

Blog: The Requirements Maturity Model Explained

The Requirements Maturity Model (RMM) is a means to benchmark an organization’s effectiveness in requirements definition and management by looking at maturity in six underlying capabilities. Like similar standards-based models, it classifies compa…

Blog: The Pendulum Swing of Organizations

I wonder if organizations give out awards for surviving the most reorganizations in a single decade to particular business functions. I’m thinking that most analysts get to experience this frequently as the pendulum of organizational design swings…

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