Марюшко Егор Андреевич
Начальник группы бизнес-трансформаций - nexign
Saint Petersburg, Russia

Руководитель отдела бизнес и системного анализа, кандидат технических наук, специализируюсь на решении нестандартных технически-сложных задач.

Talks (3)
  • 27.01.2021
    How to find a prospective junior specialist and made him/her into an analyst

    Many companies face the rapid growth of the business and system analysis department, but the labour market can’t provide qualified personnel for the request to expand the team. One way out of this difficult situation is teaching new people to be analysts. 

    In the talk, I will tell you where to look for candidates, and what you should pay attention to when looking for a promising junior specialist, and how a restaurant administrator, a tax specialist, a photographer, a florist, a marketer, and an electric power engineer have radically changed their lives and become successful analysts.

    • Average
    • 40 min
    • Analyst Days / 12
  • 21.02.2019
    Road from business customer to product owner

    The situation when a Business customer interacts with IT specialists with the approach: "you owe me", is a daily reality for a large number of IT projects. With this approach, during the development process is born a million additional requirements and wishes. As a result, the deadline for the project is shifted, and the customer is not satisfied with the result. One of the reason is that the customer is interested in the local result, but not the development and future of the product. The situation can be changed if the customer is involved in the development process and shared responsibility for the fate of the product.

    In the talk, I will speak about the difference between a Business Customer and a Product Owner. How our company has made the transition from Business customers to product Owners, and what challenges they now face in their new role.

    • Average
    • 40 min
    • Analyst Days / 10
  • 20.09.2018
    Business before and after analysts

    Top managers of companies, who do business in the real sector of the economy, usually perceive the IT-specialists, who support an information system, as service staff. In such companies, any position, apart from programmers, is considered unnecessary. During the time top managers change their opinion about IT-specialists. They understand that they need developers, QA-engineers, system administrators and support specialists. However, the analyst position always appears at the end of the line.

    In the talk, I will speak about how our top managers understood that they need analysts in the IT-department, as well as how analysts changed top managers attitude to IT-department and what tasks they solve.

    • Average
    • 40 min
    • Analyst Days / 9
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