It’s all very well finishing well, but the end of a project, contract or engagement is where a freelancer wins friends and leave your clients wanting more. [Continue reading] Last day of term – what a freelancer needs to know
What do top business and technology leaders have in comment? Five top tips to be a success, including getting up early! [Continue reading] Get up early, get the job.
The softer side of IT explained, understanding how People, Politics. Pressure, Conflict, Compromise and Context, the soft skills, can be more important than ‘hard’ technical knowledge. [Continue reading] The soft skills they didn’t teach you at school!
What does Business Analysis mean? Does the industry Book of Knowledge, or BABOK. help to explain to outsiders what my/our professional is all about? [Continue reading] BABOK anatomy of a profession
Top tips for a non-accountant freelancer, what you need to do keep the taxman happy, and how software could help…but better be organised first. [Continue reading] Accounting for freelancers
What makes a good presenter? Are presentation skills made or born…the author tries first hand to talk the walk! [Continue reading] Talking the walk – part 2
Here are 5 reasons why IT is not dull and why Information Technology can be an interesting, creative and inclusive career to work in. [Continue reading] Give IT a chance
Business Analysts and Project Managers have a lot in common, but that doesn’t mean a hybrid role is the best use of these uniquely skilled individuals. [Continue reading] BA, PM or hybrid – what’s the best?
The perennial debate about how requirements are found/elicited, and some literary references for the analyst as investigator. [Continue reading] Requirements – it’s elementary!
The author’s job has evolved from simply ‘doing’ to a more complicated portfolio career of communication-related roles. [Continue reading] My portfolio career – talking the walk