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.
With your successful business growing, there is never enough time for certain seemingly non-urgent yet crucial improvements. As an executive leader, you need visibility, accessibility, agility and control of your business enablers; business policies, business processes, data assets and technology.
“Some people would rather die than have you tell them what to do”
One of the key reasons why software project still fail till this day.
Both Mobile payments and electronic wallets have witnessed exponential growth worldwide; increasing in both developed and developing countries. Electronic or digital wallets have existed for a little over a decade while mobile wallets have only recently emerged.
As we wrap-up and wake up from a long Easter Holiday, we must realize an important fact, we have almost approached midpoint of 2016. The one unchangeable fact about time is its immaculate speed. Time can be on our side and can be our enemy, it depends on how we invest it in reaching our vision and goals.
It is very easy and a great relief to assume that a couple of hours meeting with your solution vendor is sufficient to understand and agree about your requirements. Mislead by that notion decision makers proceed with contracting.
Business Borderlines sponsored its first business analysis awareness event on 31st of January 2016. The event was requested and organized through the IIBA Cairo Chapter President. The guest panel speakers; Badr Soliman, Ahmed Hussien and Moderated by Angie Eissa.