How I became a Business Analyst from a developer role

Sanchita Chowdhury Blog

Recently, I’ve seen many developers moving to Business Analyst roles, just like I did. For many, it happens as part of an overall transformation of the role they’re working in. For example, a developer is sent to a client site and assigned to both tasks of gathering and development. So typically speaking, come the next project, the person is offered …

Six simple principles to see how agile your team is

John Michaelides Agile coaching, Thought leadership

There’s a growing realisation among leaders that just ‘doing’ agile brings no value. Instead, these leaders understand there’s more chance of prosperity when they’re actually ‘being’ agile – living the principles rather than cranking the handle. But as a leader, how do you know if your organisation is ‘being’ or ‘doing’? How do you know if you’re serving them effectively …

Adaptive Organisation

Jeremy Renwick White paper

The silos are out to get us! Over 80% of digital transformations have or are failing. There is a common reason for these failures which is that they fail to change the organisation structure to properly empower and support multi-disciplinary teams. Having spotted this pattern I’ve been working to understand why it happens and what can be done to enable …