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Psychology of Business Analysis

sheryllampert Blog, Business Transformation

I have no background in psychology but I do find myself acting the role of cubicle therapist. Although not explicit in the job description of a Business Analyst, it’s implied. Both roles require a great deal of analyzing human behavior. Some core competencies associated with the study of psychology and business analysis are listed below: Psychologist           …

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One Size Does Not Fit All – Create an O365 Governance Plan They’ll Use

kathleenzoller Applications, Blog, Business Transformation

I’ve noticed that when I discuss O365 governance my audience generally gets that “deer-in-the-headlights” look on their faces and quickly lose interest.  It’s just not a sexy topic, and the thought of preparing a governance plan can be daunting and overwhelming to the business.   Creating a simple governance plan scaled to the business can provide the necessary standards and guidelines …

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You Can’t Fake Expert

erinzimmerman Blog, Business Transformation

  Hire a professional? Psshh please. With the internet king of DIY tutorials: 46 ways to play guitar like a pro, 5 steps to successful ERP implementation, or 7 ways to transform your business model; we become self-employed experts. When did a post with the highest number of views, likes and hearts become the best practice? As business and technology …

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Change – What’s In It For Me??

debralarsen Blog, Business Transformation, Collaboration, Transformation

The answer is not a new bottle of Tums. Research findings from Gartner1, Prosci2, and other highly reputable firms, consistently substantiate change management. More specifically, managing the people side of change is a leading factor in having the most impact on the ROI of projects. Lack of structured change management is called out as a main factor in projects not …