Business Analysis Internship Summer Program 2018

Business Analysis Internship Summer Program 2018

Business Borderlines is pleased to announce a business analysis internship summer program.

This internship is available for both undergraduate and fresh graduate students and all positions are paid.
Internship duration is 3 months from 19th June to 18th September 2018, 4 days per week, from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.

 

Business Analysis Internship Program

  • Applicants must be fluent in English and preliminarily possess analytical mindsets.
  • Applicants will sit for a one-hour assessment of their analytical, cognitive skills as well as personality.
  • Candidates who pass the assessment are interviewed by BBL.
  • Business Borderlines will permanently hire the best three interns as Associate BAs.

 

Applicants must apply through http://businessborderlines.com/careers/ by submitting a cover letter stating their qualifications, interest in business analysis, and the reason they are applying for the business analysis internship.

The application deadline is Thursday, May 10th at 12 pm. 

6 knowledge Areas Business Analyst should know it well

Business Analysis is all about tasks and techniques followed to qualify the business needs and finding the business solution. The solution may include the system development, process development or improvement and change in the organizational structure. It is about the process to complete the tasks with quality and those who follow these processes are known as business analysts. In some organizations, these business analysts are referred as system analysts, business process analysts, business system analysts and much more.

Elicitation .. Is it important?

Business analysis is an important aspect of any business today. According to past studies, approximately 60 percent of all errors in system development projects originate during the phase of requirements engineering. These errors, however, are often discovered only in later project phases or once the system has been deployed because incorrect or incomplete requirements can be interpreted by developers in such a fashion that they are subjectively sound or (subconsciously) complete.

Role of Business Analyst

The Main Role of Business Analyst

Business Analyst is the one who should speak all languages of people who are involved in the project in a way or another. The main role of business analyst isn’t just a matter of understanding and explaining business, it also involves resolving conflicts of interest that may appear.

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Let Your Requirement Speak for its Business

That is what the role of the Business Analyst is all about, accurately specify the business requirement in a way that tells what the business is. to be able to do this, the Business Analyst together with her/ his requirement takes a Journey with a sense of discovery the business from all the available sources and the applicable elicitation techniques.

Between the Past and the Future of Business

In the past, professionals were classified by;

  • What they can and can not do?

  • What certifications they had on their resume? and

  • The heavy weight they carried of years of experience.

Business Analysis Tips – On Elicitation

People tend to speak more freely when unguarded. It is important that a business analyst adds a friendly tone to their elicitation meetings, a polite smile in agreement always helps.

When To Walk Away

While many are still trapped in the traditional view of business analysis as the documentation job in the organization, the world moves rapidly towards a much bolder model, beyond an Agent of Change and closer to a Disruption Leader. We the business analysts, management consultants or advisers (despite the different labels) are in essence the igniters of disruption within the organization. Some will appreciate our fresh views while others will dread it.