What is the difference between a Project Manager and a Business Analyst?
I've never really been able to find the answer to this and it drive me nuts. Also, would a Project Management Certificate translate well into the work of a Business Analyst? Thanks!!
Asked By: borick.bizzaro - 9/3/2009
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A Project Manager usually manages multiple employees and projects where as the business analyst assist the project manager in making sure that specific project is on time, everything getting completed that is suppose to be, and also ensuring things are done right... More
Answered By: tgotlove - 9/3/2009
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Project Management Certificate is totally different to that of Business Analyst... More
Answered By: Amala Singh(மரத்தமிழன்) - 9/3/2009
Project Mgr is a pretty generic title - are you talking about Construction Project Mgr or some other type? and a Business Analyst pretty much requires a 4 yr Finance or Accounting degree. Certificates aren't worth much on the job market without more relevant education and probably relevant job experience
Answered By: Doctor Deth - 9/3/2009
What more do you need to be a successful Project Manager? Enroll now for PMP Live Virtual Classes or Classroom Training in USA. 100+ Locations... More
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