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Getting Back to the Basics: Requirements Techniques

Getting Back to the Basics: Requirements Techniques

A job interview is a common way people decide whether you are a cultural fit and satisfy the requirements of the role. In the second installment of our series in Modern Analyst, “Business Analysis – Getting Back to Basics,” Genecian BA Charlene Ceci explains how a job...
Walk Softly and Carry a Big Catalogue

Walk Softly and Carry a Big Catalogue

In software, the catalog is the center of the universe. Yet, during my nearly 40 years of experience, I’ve often wondered: Why do we approach building software differently than we approach building anything else? In software development, clients can articulate the end...
The 3 I’s of Innovation: Interrupt

The 3 I’s of Innovation: Interrupt

Human interaction today is saturated with continuous interruption, demonstrated most obviously by our addiction to the real-time access of smartphones and social media.  As humans, we experience interruption in a way that aligns closely with the commonly used...
The 3 I’s of Innovation: Iterate

The 3 I’s of Innovation: Iterate

It’s no secret that remarkable success rarely comes without failures, demonstrated by a finding that 70% of new products fail to meet market demands. Most organizations distinguish innovation as the desired destination, yet the stops (and detours) along the way often...