Maintaining a list of the questions you need answered is a simple but effective interviewing tool for business analysts.
Business analysis at all levels requires interviewing skills. This post discusses seven key characteristics that will help you improve your interviewing skills.
User stories are becoming the preferred structure for expressing what business analysts call “Stakeholder Requirements”. Structuring them properly makes them even more powerful.
How much does a business analyst have to know about the subject matter to be effective? The answer is surprisingly little – assuming the business analyst knows how to do business analysis.
A question file is one of the simplest tools for keeping track of what you know you know, what you know you don’t know, and what you don’t know that you do know to contain what you don’t know you don’t know.