I have being looking at your Business Analyst Boot camp training and I am quite keen in doing this but I got couple of questions to ask.
Firstly: I come from a programming background so I have no knowledge or experience of Business Analysis (BA).
This will be a fresh start for me. After completing this training will I be able to find a JOB?
How to find time to take up this BA training —
I have a 8 months baby with wife who is also sick . I need to get this certification at any cost.
How To Find Time For Business Analyst Certifications
Time is limited to 24 hours each day, so it is important to know how to manage the ticks of the clock that make us increasingly more aware of the importance of each breath we take.
Please I want your advise, i want to become a business analyst, however a have a degree in law from the UK.
What can i do to get into the BA field and how can i go about it. Thanks.
Coaching On How To Transition From Law Degree To Business Analyst
There are skills a business analysts uses daily that are also learned by attaining a Law degree, in the UK or elsewhere.
Most likely, there will also be a large skills gap to fill … these are the skills you still need to acquire to become a business analyst.
Hello my coach (sounds so nice). I am been IT for about 15 years and need top get out as soon as yesterday.
I have reached the ceiling now – but I would like to be a team leader or a manager but to do something challenging.
So I decided that I would like to do a Business Analyst job – something that is different and beside it is lacking here in my department.
Can you tell more about BA`s job description, please? Thank you so much. Have a good day,
I am from England. I have done my bachelors in Computer Science and Masters in Computer Science with ICT Management.
Everywhere, there is a demand of programmers but I do not want to do coding very much because I do not like coding.
Also that is the reason that I am not very high skilled in programming too.
Please Suggest me which field is best for me in IT. Basically I think I would like to go for Business Analyst because of very less coding.
I have exposure to Telecom, and Auto sectors primarily in customer relationship management applications. At present I am working as a Lead BA on a large project in the UK.
I am looking for openings in the financial services sector either in customer relationship management or front office applications.
What would be the best way to make this switch (I am already making applications highlighting my transferable skills).
Thanks for asking ( for whatever it’s worth). I am at a stage in my life where I seriously need a career change /advice
I am an Accounting /Finance graduate, proficient SAP user with more than 5 yrs experience in Accounts Payable Processes / systems. Within this period, I have been involved in a lot of analytical roles
Though not officially called a “business analyst.” I worked with consultants in setting up a new payment system, involved in a bit of process mapping.
Studying the payment process and making some recommendations / inputs to a new blue print.
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