Understanding the Unfamiliar: Think Like an Analyst
You are an analyst. How often do you notice errors in your work?
Do you ever find that meetings do not go as planned, requirements fail to satisfy the client, or that it's difficult to find common ground with developers?
Why does chaos appear in the work of someone whose task is to systematise and organise the world around them?
More often than not, this happens because analysts do not employ commonly accepted analytical techniques in their work.
During the presentation, we will delve into such methodologies used in analysis, including:
- Abstract logic
- Occam's Razor
- Alternative questioning
- Time management
- Emotional intelligence
- Requirements validation
- Structured dialogues