This week, I happened to drift into a Eucharist (a protestant mass). I had just been to a ‘class’ with my baby and there had been songs and lots of noise and enjoyment. We had had a blast. Almost immediately upon leaving the community centre, baby had fallen asleep, leaving me with the probable situation ofContinue reading “An Agnostic Stumbles Upon A Eucharist”
We’re in the midst of the COVID-19 lockdown, which for me and many other change professionals, means adapting a lot of our workshop techniques to make them work remotely. Here, I’m sharing a remote ideation (idea generating) workshop I facilitated in early April, with some some key takeaways for virtual workshops. Challenges I’ll be lookingContinue reading “Remote Ideation Workshop using G-Suite”
One of the key competences of business analysis is to be an adviser, and a key moment where this matters is when a decision needs to be made between multiple options.
Link to original – Lee very kindly asked me for my BA story, and so we put this together in October 2019. In this interview we speak to Eleanor Stowe, a Business Analyst from OVO Energy, who gives us the story of her operatic beginnings, a gradual move into Business Analysis and recent presentation atContinue reading “From The BA Story: “Be brave, keep putting yourself out there, learn from mistakes and keep the RAID log up to date!””