Strategic Thinking for Today’s Business Analyst
Business Analysts need to be more than “order takers” for requirements; they need to be asking questions about the value of those requirements to the business. They also need to be constantly looking for ways to uncover added value to the organization and ensure any effort aligns with the organization’s strategic efforts. This presentation will provide the participant with an understanding of strategic thinking, as well as applying a few simple tools that support strategic thinking and learning to avoid the most common strategic thinking pitfalls.
- Understanding strategic thinking and why it is important to business analysis.
- Learn to get past our own frames of reference.
- Learn 3 key tools that support your strategic thinking efforts.
- Identify common strategic thinking traps to avoid.
Susan Heidorn, Watermark Learning