Career Transition: How Can A Business Analyst Become A Data Scientist?

Career Transition: How Can A Business Analyst Become A Data Scientist?

Companies over time, have become increasingly reliant on the insights drawn from data analysis by data scientists. There is also a corresponding increase in the use of systems to  crunch data and predict trends. 

What’s the difference between between the Business Analyst and Data Scientist role, one wonders?

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Business Analysis Career: Alternative Domains To Explore

Business Analysis Career: Alternative Domains To Explore

Consultancy.uk recently reported on the loss of popularity for business analysts in the consulting sector using information from Adzuna and Joblift. The Adzuna study made an analysis of over 79 million UK job adverts, showing the number of new consulting jobs has decreased and continues to do so. That could apply to many different hats business analysts are wearing right now — some of the roles business analysts are accustomed to filling are being taken by those of other professions — accountants, for instance, often work in the role of business counsellors. Guest Post by Devin

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How to Improve Your Active Listening Skills

How to Improve Your Active Listening Skills

When interviewing stakeholders, it’s important to take time to listen actively to what is being said to avoid missing key requirements. Being an active listener requires concentration and effort. Follow these tips, and you’ll be able to listen more actively during your engagements with stakeholders:

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How To Get A Business Analyst Job Without Canadian Work Experience: The College Option

How To Get A Business Analyst Job Without Canadian Work Experience: The College Option

Gaining work experience is extremely essential to breaking into the Canadian Job Market. If you’re a business analyst in Canada looking to retrain, get some work experience under your belt and launch your business analysis career, here are some college degrees in Canada that are relatively quick to get (require an investment of only a year of your time), have flexible study schedules and come with opportunities for work experience.

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An Introvert’s Guide To Participating In Business Meetings

An Introvert’s Guide To Participating In Business Meetings

Introverts are a special group of people who need sufficient time to make sense of a situation, reflect and analyze information. They need to process information before taking a position on issues. Business meetings can seem chaotic to them with different people going off in different directions and throwing up suggestions that don’t seem well thought out.

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