Make sure your on-boarding program assists your new business analysis professional with internal networking as well. Include short, virtual introductions with key stakeholders first. Schedule them on behalf of the new BA.
Too often I see organizations bring in smart, talented remote business analysts then “unleash” them on projects expecting magic to happen without any on-boarding or introduction to the company. That approach wastes money and results in demotivating your new analyst. What’s the secret to getting your new business analyst ready to go? Give them anContinue reading “On-Boarding for Remote Business Analysts”
Good audio is a must if you are going to be effective in any remote role. That means you should always prioritize being heard over being seen. But after a few years of most people working from home, folks are still having a difficult time with their audio. This is a quick primer on what you need to do to have good audio in every virtual meeting.
There are a core mix of skills that make those of us who choose this BA path successful. And I think it is more than just “communication, negotiation and listening.” Instead there is another level of skills that make us successful in this strange, new remote world we find ourselves in.
Recently, Zoom has expanded their video settings and added new Studio Effects, which can add some fun and flavor to your virtual meetings.
With so many companies going remote first, our home office is now an extension of our employer’s office. Companies will think long and hard about what that means for their liability. We’re going to see changes in the requirements they place on their remote workforce. Here are five ways that companies will get serious about remote work over the next year.
Hands Alive means to use your hands to give speakers or viewers hand signals to give them information. It’s a non-verbal way of communicating.