First impressions are important, but there are other chances to establish and development strong relationships – and to ‘sell’ yourself. [Continue reading] Hello again – making a first impression again
Commitment is important in any IT project, but especially in an Agile environment. So, what will you be? [Continue reading] Chicken or Pig? It’s all about commitment
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
Starting well is really important for a freelance. Nobody will get knocked off their horse, but first impressions matter! [Continue reading] Tips for a freelance new starter
Asking questions is an important part of the Business Analysts toolkit, but be careful not to be too rigid. Mix up the approach to get the best results. [Continue reading] Five Ws and one H – asking the right questions
Resources are what projects and organisations use or consume to make things happen. Here we focus on the most important – the people! [Continue reading] Easy IT elements – Resources explained
The esoteric, confusing and jargon-fulled language we use, particularly in IT, can really hold back full engagement. [Continue reading] Esoterica – mind your language!
You don’t have to be on stage to be an actor. Actors and other film-making metaphors have become part of the world of IT and technology as well. [Continue reading] All the world’s a stage…and we are all actors
Being a Business Analyst is a tricky profession, not least trying to explain what it is…oh and being a regular everyday superhero! [Continue reading] I am a Business Analyst!