Improved processes is why every organization needs business process management. You can have a dedicated staff or train employees to work through a BPM plan.
Let’s continue our series on the essential role of business analysts in your organization by looking at the importance of data analysis in finance.
While many companies want to be data-driven, it’s not easy to change a decades-long pattern of thinking. Follow these steps to start doing data-driven decision-making..
Gantt charts can be applied to almost any project, though many managers need to tweak the process a little. Here’s how you can test and adopt this PM tool.
With an agile audit you review what it means to be agile, you manage the agility in your team and your company will be better prepared for any challenges that lie ahead.
The field of HR analytics is growing. Here are some of the benefits BAs bring to HR and the challenges facing human resources teams across the globe.
Here’s why your company (regardless of its size) needs a process to manage change to overcome any challenges or industry changes that lie ahead.
Process management provides clarity within organizations and can be applied to the departmental level. It’s time to delegate and BPM is here to help.
We often grapple with many inconvenient truths, none more apparent than the reality that states: those who resist change seldom succeed. Good leadership can focus an organization to be forward thinking.
Analysis certification is life changing as it demonstrates your commitment to the analysis skill set, opens doors to new opportunities, gives you more meaningful work, and adds to your paycheck. Certification is taking center stage in analysis careers.
Check out these 24 amazing conferences from June through November 2019 for project management professionals and other business analysis leaders in our industry.
It’s not easy to be on the receiving end of bad news. You can become a better team leader by facing bad news positively, proactively and professionally.
Learn to navigate today’s casual workplace culture, whether you are starting your own company or an employee just wondering what “free beer” actually means.
Your team members can be your greatest asset when you’re facing challenges, you just have to lead them. Here is how effective leaders overcome problems.
Here is what leaders really need to know about managing your introverted employees and how you can help both introverts and extroverts shine.
Get to the root of the cause for the Smartest Person syndrome, and how to deal with it, so you can develop a healthy working environment in the office.
Giving feedback is an art — and so is receiving it. Let’s look at this concept from both sides: giving and receiving constructive criticism.
You don’t have to give up your operations model to go agile or embrace another project management concept. You can merge management methodologies into an unique hybrid.
It can be tricky navigating the first few months as a manager, helping your team adjust to your new role. Here is how to handle promotions from peer to boss.
Keep reading to learn how you can identify and reward high-performers, while also identifying potential future leaders in your organization.
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