Join Haydn Thomas for an in-depth discussion in this video On presenting information, part of Insights from a Business Analyst.
Humans predominately think in pictures, OK.…That's a stock standard statement.…A picture's worth a thousand words.…As a business analyst, we spend a lot of time…capturing information and it's predominately…in a written form.…So this is where you need to know the audience…of who's going to digest the information.…So one of the things I'd always encourage…you to use is a lot of diagramming…within your project, material, and documentation.…Context diagrams, functional flow diagrams,…things like that that actually show people…how things fit together because ultimately…then you can use that as a high level…framework to then drill into the detail…when people wanna go into it.…
Most sponsors of projects will never ever…read the level of detail that is expected of them.…The point being is they'll read the…executive summary which will be an overall…snapshot of what's going on.…They'll look at the pictures.…And as long as it appears that it's going…to achieve everything they want in a project,…that'll be fine.…There'll be other times where people wanna…
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