Generalize Or Specialize, Which Is Better?
Have you considered the
pros or cons of specializing in a narrow field compared to that of becoming a generalist in your industry? Here are some of them; Business Analysts
Business analysts may
or choose the more general information technology (IT) business analyst career path. specialize as domain business analysts
IT business analysts don’t specialize in specific domains because they analyze and specify computer software or hardware solutions for any domain including
operations, healthcare, engineering, sales & marketing, finance, insurance etc.
The Secret To Success In A Nutshell
As a career coach, I receive lots of emails (from business analysts, computer programmers, project managers, software testers, etc.) about
how to be successful.
Here is the answer in a nutshell:
Knowledge + Skills + Experience = Career Success!
The key to getting results is
deep, skill building, career-focused learning.
For example, if you read about “
how twitter can help you get a job“, go to Twitter.com right away, create an account and start posting tweets on your area of interest.
Learn a Top 100 Most Marketable Skill
As a career coach one of the challenges that many of my clients face is that of
learning the most marketable skills in the current job market.
An example is a client that I will call John who has been looking for a while even though he has an advanced management degree (MBA).
He wonders why he’s constantly getting turned down for business analyst jobs even though he is certain of this:
most of those getting hired are less educated than him!
How To Become A Rockstar in Your Industry
Top performers, rockstars or successful professionals have a mindset or a way of thinking.
They practice a code or follow a set of principles that helps them achieve the best results in their industry.
This post features the “ Rockstar Mindset” and other actionable strategies for becoming the best at what you do. Always Be Learning
Stay Ahead of the Curve!
According to the Japanese
Kaizen philosophy, consistence and commitment to studying, getting more information or improving your skills is better than sudden bursts of efforts.