As Business Analysts and, particularly as remote Business Analysts, we don’t always have someone closely directing our work. We must be motivated enough to identify tasks and create our own plan when no one has asked.
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The New Remote Business Analyst’s Responsibilities in On-boarding Part 1
Your organization’s on-boarding program will expose you to the processes, tools, and culture that will make you successful. Commit to learning what they are providing you. They are giving you the keys to success in their company.
Rules for Digital Networking
Authenticity and first impressions are crucial to effective networking. The Connect button makes it very simple to expand your network. But just clicking a button won’t create the network you want if you don’t make a good first digital impression
Six Soft Skills Every Remote Business Analyst Must Have
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.
Five Ways That Companies Get Serious About Remote Work Over the Next Year
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.
Take Five to Socialize: A Remote Technique!
Being remote means never having water cooler moments. The moments where you chat with your colleagues. I’ve coined a phrase -Take Five to Socialize – that describes how I build social moments into my virtual interactions with colleagues and customers. I’m not sure how that this qualifies as an actual technique but let me tell you about it!
Coaching the Remote Product Team
Managing a remote product team is much like managing one located in an office. The focus of your time should be focused on coaching on five key skills that will enhance their communication and collaboration. Coaching in these areas will make your product team not only better at remote work but better all around in their product work.