Top 10 Articles of 2013

As I look back at 2013, many wonderful memories come to mind – readers sharing their personal paths to business analysis, new business analysts gaining more confidence in their skill sets, and course participants applying the materials to expand their real-world business analysis experience.

Here are what I consider the top 10 articles of 2013 because they best represent what we do here at Bridging the Gap.

1. 42 Reasons to Start a Business Analyst Career

2. The Senior Business Analyst – 6 Areas of Responsibility

3. 53 Tips for Discovering All the Requirements

(One BBC attendee even told me she was leading weekly discussions of these tips with her team to help everyone improve their elicitation. What a great professional development idea for 2014!)

4. The Business Analyst Career Roadmap

5. What Goes Into a Functional Specification?

6. The Dwight Schrute Guide to Improving a Business Process

7. What Questions Do I Ask During Requirements Elicitation?

8. How I Take Meeting Notes and Facilitate the Discussion Without Driving Myself Crazy

9. 8 Business Analyst Secrets You Need to Know (Especially If You Don’t Have the BA Job Title)

10. STOP! You Are Being Too Detail Oriented!

And your favorite offering of 2013? That’s been the Business Analyst Template Toolkit.

Thanks for being part of Bridging the Gap. I’m looking forward to sharing a great 2014 with you and helping you achieve career success.

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