In Business Analysis 102, we examine the process and systems part of the profession. We start with organizational readiness and continue on to Granovetter’s Model, a great tool for bringing stakeholders to support your assignment. We continue on to process analysis and process design. We close the process part of Business Analysis 102 with various ways to perform diagramming. BPMN anyone? Modeling is next on the agenda. Do you know the quote from George Box? He said that all models are wrong but some are useful. We explain why he said this and how you can use models to your advantage. We close this course by looking at some elements that have not been on the Business Analysis radar-screen, but should. Here we take a look at such theories as Bayes Law and Power Law so that you know how important they are for a Business Analyst.
Acting very often as the bridge between the business and IT, Michael has thrived in working for various global organizations, allowing for the opportunity to work with people on 5 continents. Michael heads Procurro Solutions, an organization focusing on Agile Frameworks and Frugal Innovation for both medium and large-sized multinational organizations. Michael loves to build and flourishes under uncertainty; he excels in addressing the most wicked of problems with the intention of coming up with solution that addresses the root cause and is acceptable for all key stakeholders.