9. Strategies for Today’s Business Analyst

in which we consider strategies for the business analyst to guide requirements discovery in today’s changing environments

Things used to be a lot simpler. If you were a business analyst, then the chances were that you worked for a large organization, and large organizations always had their own software development teams. The business analyst who worked in this kind of environment would talk to the users who were part of the same organization, write the requirements, and hand them to the internal software developers. This cozy arrangement meant that the BA and the developers were a lot closer to one another. Because the software was built and used in the same organization, it was simple enough to find ...

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