It’s been nose to the grindstone for the Inter-View team, crunching the survey numbers and seeking community insight, but the wait is over and it’s been totally worth it. The eagerly anticipated fourth volume is here, with its contemporary thinking and pragmatic statistics the Inter-View Report 2017 will keep you ahead of the game.
This years cover illustrates the balance between logical and creative thinking for business analysts, crafted by the talented Talia Lancaster and moving inside, you’ll find rich content to stimulate your thinking.
Joe Newbert and Mohamed Bray discussing on-the-ground trends in the business change life-cycle and how opportunity knocks for business analysis techniques, plus Joe catches up with Brian A. Weiss to hear about how PMI are guiding business analysis for project success through their industry standards and certification.
Then, Talia talks with Belinda Knol about drawing on the power of sketchnoting to create beautiful pictures that really are worth a thousand words — there are some great tips here. And in here too – where Marie-France Mardi and Zara Sheldrake share their story with James Neethling about how knowledge shared is bridge building the business analysis community together.
Willem Joubert and Agnieszka Ceitil tackle the complexities of scaling business analysis competency inside an organisation — giving real on-the-ground working insight, then Giovanni Focaraccio and Noelene Noone chat about delivering the need for pure business analysis and being a trusted advisor through business modelling.
Next, Tshepo Matjila and Jéan Raath make a great double-act in their book review. They had a lot of fun thinking how a human−centered approach and infusing design thinking to drive idea generation can convert needs into demand.
Dorothy Mhlanga takes a world trip to Q&A with seven business change practitioners to hear about their most valuable techniques for business analysis — featuring pragmatic insight from Helen Winter MBCS CITP, Kupe Kupersmith, CBAP, Verna Jenniker, David Saboe, Surendra Saxena, David Munene & Tim Coventry.
Then, of course, there’s all the regular number crunching content too.
If you hadn’t gathered yet, the Inter-View Report 2017 is brimming. It’s 76 pages packed full — from cover to cover — of features, articles, perspectives and opinions, all at your finger tips.
What are you waiting for? Get your complimentary digital copy here: https://businesschange.co.za/get-your-inter-view-report-2017.
About Business Change Academy
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