What does it take to be a Business Analyst at a company?
Hello, I work as a programmer and have a masters in computers. Though I like my job I would like to shift towards some business side and bit away from technical side. What does it take to be business analyst at a company? Do I need to do an MBA necessarily? I do not want to go to school again but I am sure there must be some reading I can do on my own to apply for Business Analyst jobs? Thanks. Sorry for missing out, yes I am talking about business systems analyst, related to computers.
Asked By: Delusional - 6/16/2008
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I'm assuming you're talking about a business systems analyst- Basically you're writing test cases and translating requirements from the business side to the technical side. Since you already have a computer background, this should be extremely easy for you. The only thing you really need is the ability (and patience... More
Answered By: fud323 - 6/16/2008
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i suspect that's a generic title... More
Answered By: linlyons - 6/16/2008
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