Which Documents Do I Write To Become A Business Analyst?

Which Documents Do I Write To Become A Business Analyst?
Which Documents Do I Write To Become A Business Analyst?

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This question was submitted by a “Server Monitoring Engineer” who wants to “Learn The Document(s) One Can Write To Become a Business Analyst“, here is the question

Tool Minded Business Analysts Can’t Be Solution Minded!

Tool Minded Business Analysts Can't Be Solution Minded!
Tool Minded Business Analysts Can't Be Solution Minded!

You are a tool minded business analyst, if the first question that comes to your
mind on hearing the words: “Use Cases, UML or User Acceptance Testing” is: “what tool
should I use to create my Use Case / UML / User Acceptance requirements document
with?”

Tool minded business analysts are more interested in learning the intricacies, features
or behavior
of the software tools used in their requirements elicitation, analysis or documentation tasks than in correctly
analyzing, validating or defining business requirements.

Business Analysts Are Professional Problem Solvers

Business Analysts As Professional Problem Solvers
Business Analysts As Professional Problem Solvers

Hazel, a business analyst posted some excellent advice on what it means to be a business analyst and I wanted to shared her advice with you in this post

Hazel’s advice covers specializing as an IT Business Analyst vs. Non IT Business Analyst (Capital markets, Broadcasting, Mortgage, Marketing, etc.). It includes tips on how to develop professional presentation skills and it also goes to the heart of the matter in describing “what or who is a business analyst”!

Read Hazel’s advice below. It is succinct, relevant and powerful … here is the rest of it: