What is co-creating? Learn what it means to co-create, and why this is an important skill for successful business anlaysis.
Brady the BA has a new fellow BA on the team, Blaire,…and is noticing some very different approaches…to getting requirements done.…Brady is seeing that Blaire is rarely at her desk.…Frankly, Brady doesn't understand how Blaire…is actually getting the work done.…But here is about how the project Blaire is on…is pretty cool, and the team is getting a lot of praise…for their work.…Brady got curious and asks Blaire more about her approach…and the team's work style.…
Blaire explained her team focuses on co-creating.…They create meaningful dialogue, diagrams, and visuals…together that focus on the intent…of what they want to build as a team.…Brady recognizes this as quite a shift from the idea…of creating everything alone and then seeking approvals…for the work.…Business needs are emergent, and in many cases…no matter how well-defined a solution…seems at the beginning, co-creating requirements…needs to be a part of the process.…
It can be a faster process when done well and done right.…Co-creating means that we work together on the big picture…
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- Identify the elements of co-creating.
- Explore the fundamentals of influencing without authority.
- Determine the essentials for facilitating a meeting.
- Break down the important verbal skills necessary to be a stellar business analyst.
- Define business acumen.
- Examine the important elements of innovative business skills.
- Recognize the impact of systems thinking in regard to analytical skills.
- Define data analysis.