Posted by tac_admin, November 26, 2014

From One Business Analyst to Another: Thank You!

skyline that has the words thank you It’s been quite a year at The Analyst Coach HQ, and I have my clients to thank. As Thanksgiving approaches, I’ve been thinking about the many things I have to be grateful for.

For the most part, I’m thankful because I live in a world where I can provide service to others. Needless to say, Business Analysts are some of my favorite people, and I never take their skills and goals for granted.

So without further ado, here are my personal and professional thank-yous!

Live BA Training Workshops:

This year, I had the opportunity to host live workshops—and they’ve been a grand success! There’s nothing quite like live trainings, especially when it comes to the hands-on, real-world experiences that business analysts need to thrive in a dog-eat-dog world.

With the IIBA endorsement and the needs of my wonderful clients moving me forward, I’m thrilled to extend these live trainings in the coming year. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out the hands-on training I’m hosting in Charlotte next March:

Effective Communication and Requirements Elicitation Training

The BA Success Club:

2014 was the year that saw BAs come together to solve problems. I’m so grateful to have had the opportunity to start the BA Success Club.

It’s always a joy to connect with clients on a regular basis. The BA Success Club not only allowed a group of business analyst experts to come together, but also gave me the chance to help my clients with one-on-one, laser-focused coaching.

My Wonderful BA Clients:

The Analyst Coach isn’t about me—it’s about you. My clients are some of the most driven, intelligent, and pragmatic individuals I’ve had the pleasure of meeting. Thanks, always, to them!

There’s so much to say, but I kept going any longer this list would stretch well into 2015. But to put it simply: THANK YOU!

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