This post is a compilation of websites with resources that can boost your technical skills, and help you become better at work. If yours is one of those organizations that have cut back on training programs; you've been assigned to a new project or perhaps it's just out of pure interest in the world of techies, you’ll certainly find these websites useful.
This post comprises a list of free training that business analysts can use to gain the knowledge and experience of what to do when practising business analysis within the context of business intelligence.
The list below comprises a list of free business analysis training courses that can help you hit the ground running whenever you practice business analysis within the Agile context. They are as follows:
Templates form a key part of producing Business Analysis work deliverables. Having a template to work with does not automatically imply a silver bullet to all business problems but it can help you plan your work effectively and hit the ground running.
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edX is a non-profit online initiative created by founding partners, Harvard and MIT, for providing interactive online classes offered by some of the world’s best universities. It has courses from MITx, HarvardX, BerkeleyX, UTx and many other renowned universities.
There are plenty of try-before-you-pay-a-lot offers for Requirement Management Software. Good, free RM software, however, is rare. This article sketches out three of the most promising packages and informs you of the pros and cons of each. Not all of them are winners. But there are still some excellent, free bargains available. Let’s see what’s out there.
Business Writing is extremely important for almost all professions. Effective communication involves deciding when it is appropriate to send an email, organize a meeting or prepare a presentation. Whatever the case, business writing is extremely important to becoming a successful professional. Here are some free course materials online you can use to improve your writing skills:
Leadership is about motivating people to act in ways that help to achieve shared goals and objectives. In eliciting and managing requirements, business analysts encounter numerous opportunities to display their leadership skills and influence the decisions that are made throughout the course of the project.
If you are interested in building or improving on your leadership skills, the following courses provide an avenue for achieving this.