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Mentions, Publications and Accolades

PracticalAnalyst and JB seek opportunities to participate in the broader dialog around business analysis and solid solution delivery principles. Below are some mentions, publications and accolades that we’ve received. Let us know if you’d be interested in having us provide a presentation, webinar or guest article for your company or publication. [divider style=”dotted” margin_top=”30px” margin_bottom=”30px”] [columns] [one-half] Jabian Journal, Spring, 2014 – Effective Communication Through Visual Storytelling  Jabian Journal, Fall, 2015 – The Manager as Leader, Coach and Enabler Webinar – Business Process as a Foundation for Business Analysis Jabian Journal, Fall, 2017 – The Rosetta Stone for Aligning Agile and Waterfall Delivery [/one-half] [one-half] 10/26/2010 – Panel Discussion: Characteristics of a Successful BA 10/23/2012 – Panel Discussion: Delineation between Project Manager and Business Analyst Roles 9/24/13 – Business Analysis with the Stars 9/23/14 – Business Analysis Manager as Leader, Coach and Enabler 4/28/15 – 50 Shades of BA: How to Evolve into Strategic Leadership 2/28/2017 – Executive Blind Spots and the Next Evolution of Business Analysis [/one-half] [/columns] [divider style=”dotted” margin_top=”30px” margin_bottom=”30px”] [columns] [one-third] Best Websites & Blogs for Business Analysts [/one-third] [one-third] November 2014, Hollywood, FL: The Business Analysis Manager as Leader Coach and Enabler November, 2016, Las Vegas, NV: Process-based Business Analysis: Blending Art & Science for Better Business Outcomes [/one-third] [one-third] March 2015, Atlanta, GA: The Essence of Business Analysis March 2016, Atlanta, GA: Business Process as a Foundation for Business Analysis February,...

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How Does Elicitation Feel to You?

There are a few essential questions we should always keep at top of mind during our discovery and solution definition efforts. I’d like to suggest an alternate way of phrasing them that may help you get more depth in the responses you receive and generate more meaningful discussion from your clients or stakeholders.

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Tweets of the Week

I’m a professional book junkie. Couple my commute with an Audible account, and I cover quite a bit of ground in short order. In fact, when I get around to it, I want to share some thoughts on a few I’ve recently read, including Give and Take by Adam Grant and Death by Meetings by Patrick Lencioni. Angela shared a list that may keep me busy for a few weeks: RT @WickAng: Great innovation-inspiring reading list from Stanford #iiba #baot #pmot – Great list! Thx! — Jonathan Babcock (@jonbab1) November 17, 2013 This was an interesting point...

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