When working in an everchanging environment such as software development, with fast paced updates for different facets of an application (such as software, compliance, security, performance, infrastructure and interface design best practices) a Business Analyst (BA) should be able to address these and face the challenges that the client raises.
Some of the most difficult roles to integrate in Agile and Lean development are business analysts and user experience (UX) professionals. Transitioning from big upfront design and massive requirements documents to a minimum viable product and just in time design is difficult to understand and implement successfully.
As companies introduce agile practices, the business analyst (BA) role is often left by the wayside. The BA title doesn’t exist in Scrum and other agile implementations, leaving many BAs wondering where—or if—they fit in. But fear not! The skills of a good BA are even more valuable in an …
A short video about business in an Agile context. Analysis is only half the job; the other half is design. The agile business analyst gathers requirements and also designs solutions that deliver business value. Video Producer: http://michaelhugos.com/