If you are interested in the field of business analysis, you may have heard of process improvements. Process improvement is namely, the ritual in which one meets with a business analysis consultant who can provide assessment of one’s current environment and suggestions for furthering their career as a business analyst.
So how do the consultants provide an accurate assessment and recommendation for those working with them? Well, the consultant will be able to help you identify your strengths and weaknesses, as well as provide recommendations for the improvements that may enhance your business analysis project.
A consultant should also be able to create deliverables and process descriptions for the processes recommended. There are a variety of paths that may be suggested for your project, including training and mentoring programs. Your consultant will highlight the process you should engage in with reference guides, checklists and customized programming.
Another thing that a consultant may help your project with is requirements analysis and design. Business analysis consultants will help you define the scope of your project. Furthermore, they will help you figure out functional specifications and business requirements to help you get your project off the ground. Workshops are often conducted to figure out the requirements for each project and to gain consensus.
So you may be wondering who exactly employs these consultants? Well, a variety of private companies need to enlist the help of business analysts from time to time. If you feel your company may benefit from mentoring for facilitation and business analysis, look no further than Pierson Requirements Group. They has a wide variety of consulting services and can provide experienced mentors for facilitation and business analysis skills.
In fact, Pierson Requirements Group has a large breadth of experience in providing consultation and mentoring to a number of high profile clients. Among many, Pierson Requirements Group has worked with: Delta Airlines, in consulting with them on their new website design as well as business analyst training, CNA Insurance- to facilitate process improvement and training for requirements analysis and testing, Hallmark- to ensure process improvement and provide training for requirements analysis, design and testing and with the U.S. Department of Energy- for which Pierson provided process improvement, training and mentoring to implement a sustainable, repeat process.
Perhaps your company has never considered a mentor before, but business analysts really can help transfer the right knowledge to help your company succeed. Mentoring for facilitation can especially help clients succeed in their first serious projects after training. This is because of Pierson’s experienced mentors that oversee the entire project team throughout its whole life cycle. Furthermore, One-on-One Mentoring can be provided to enhance and re-enforce the fundamentals and best practices taught in Pierson’s Business Analyst Training Programs. If you have any consulting needs- or wish to sign up for business analyst training or business analysis courses, look no further than Pierson Requirements Group.