For an engaged workforce, you need to create a sense of meaning for each job. Let’s look at the process of finding meaning at every level of your organization.
Bob the BA has one of the top 10 Business Analyst boot camps according to CIO magazine. Organizations and Individuals can use bootcamps differently to build skill levels or to build team relationships.
It’s time to face failure head-on as a project manager and learn how to handle it gracefully when the project you’re leading isn’t going as planned.
Your employees crave coaching, but you’re likely not providing it. Here’s what it really means to be a coach and how coaching benefits your staff.
Learn how a business analyst can help sales managers close sales gaps, improve lead nurturing and optimize your team’s overall performance.
Employees and managers are responsible for settling feuds. Here’s how to prevent a workplace feud from growing from a minor storm into a major conflict.
Here’s why gamification has taken off in the workplace over the past few years and how you can try this motivational tool to engage your team.
There is hope for employees who need better soft skills and emotional intelligence. You can help difficult, annoying employees work better with others.
If you want to be an advocate in your office, you need authenticity. Let’s explore the concept of authenticity and why it is essential in the workplace.
Afraid of speaking in public? It’s an important skill for business leaders and their teams. Here’s how to overcome public speaking fears — and why you should.
Follow this guide to improve your international workflows to hit deadlines, deliver projects on time and manage your team successfully.
Giving feedback is an art — and so is receiving it. Let’s look at this concept from both sides: giving and receiving constructive criticism.
If you are a project manager, organizational leader, or even business owner looking to change your company with agile project management, follow these training tips to onboard your team. Get the most out of introducing agile project management to your team or organization.
Check out our comprehensive guide to succeeding during your first year as a business analyst starting out at a new company or in a new role.
Here’s how one element of your behavior affects your employees and how you can improve your listening skills to make them better problem solvers.
Here is the guide to avoid bad clients while impressing those you want. Keep reading to learn how you can gauge a company and culture before you work for them.
Who is responsible for solving problems? Let’s look at interpersonal conflict management from both sides: how managers and employees see the issue.
The most successful organizations know the secret to success is harnessing failure to drive their innovation. I’m sure you have heard the Silicon Valley phrase “fail fast and fail often” but that didn’t fully make sense.
The light bulb lit up when we realized that experimenting and failure are keys to collaboratively learning and produces amazing innovation. Teams who learn and adapt to the challenges presented to them creating amazing new capabilities with the Fail Fast - Fail Safe techniques.
Here’s a short excerpt from the book “Fail Fast - Fail Safe”.
Here’s where business analysts might fall on your organizational chart to address who they should report to -- and why they move around so much.
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