Писанова Валентина
Ведущий аналитик - Иннотех
Moscow, Russia
Talks (2)
  • 02.06.2021
    The many-armed god of deadline or Some Hints and Ideas for Various Analysts

    At the last Analyst Days, I talked about how mentoring technologies can be used to train an analyst who is focused on the specifics of a company, its products, tools and technologies. 

    However, it is not a secret that analysts are one of the most loosely interpreted professions, despite the existence of as many as two standards. Therefore, each company decides individually which person to call an analyst, what set of skills are required from him or her and what tasks to assign.

    I do not want to rekindle the eternal holy war about how a business analyst differs from a systems analyst and whether they are different people. I will simply show you what tasks an analyst can encounter on the way, what roles to combine on projects, and where to develop if you get completely bored. 

    I hope that my story will help you discover, with surprise, what your fellow analysts are still like and suggest possible points of growth and development.

    • Average
    • 40 min
    • Analyst Days / 13
  • 22.12.2020
    Should you spend your time and money for mentoring?

    Is mentoring only for newbies? I don't think so.


    I've worked in companies with different approaches to mentoring for 20+ years. I've been both - mentor and mentee, and I'm sure that mentoring is a powerful tool that can be used to achieve various goals and solve a wide range of tasks.

    It can improve the employee's skills, grow and support a positive attitude to work and loyalty to the company, reduce the duration of the adaptation period and save the manager's time and nerves.


    We will talk about:

    • how to build a mentoring system;
    • which goals it can achieve;
    • which benefits you will get;
    • who can be a mentor;
    • how to support employees beyond the mentoring.


    If you ask yourself - should I spend my time and money for this - I've made a pretty comprehensive guide with arguments and tips for you to decide.

    • Average
    • 40 min
    • Analyst Days / 12
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