Entries by Business Analyst

Pitfalls of Process Modelling – Part 3

by Adwait Kulkarni, Business Analysts Pty Ltd Consultant   Taxonomy In general, all the wordings in a process map should be clear & concise; even the font type and size should be consistent with organisation’s template. Event name: An event name should always be written in past tense, with the verb at the end .e.g. Request […]

Pitfalls of Process Modelling – Part 2

by Adwait Kulkarni, Business Analysts Pty Ltd Consultant   How Much to Model Analysts and SMEs can spend significant amounts of time and effort to model processes correctly. Therefore, each and every process does not need to be mapped out for value to be derived. Only those processes which are impacted by the current project, […]

Pitfalls of Process Modelling – Part 1

by Adwait Kulkarni, Business Analysts Pty Ltd Consultant   In this 3-part series we will dissect process modelling using BPMN for all of its strengths are of course the pitfalls modellers face along the way. In Part 1 we will focus on Process Governance, Part 2 delves into process levelling and process complexity, and Part […]

¡TH1NK DIFF3RENTLY! – PART B

by Henry Elisher, Business Analysts Pty Ltd Consultant       So, how do we go about thinking differently?  The reality of the matter is that to think differently we need to first if all be good at thinking. Sound fairly obvious when you say it like that, right? To do this we need to […]

¡TH1NK DIFF3RENTLY!

by Henry Elisher, Business Analysts Pty Ltd Consultant   In this two-part blog we look at what the concept of ‘thinking differently’ means and how it applies within our BA practice. Part A asks the question of what it means to think differently and asks the question of where our starting point should be if we want […]

Cyber Security

by Henry Elisher, Business Analysts Pty Ltd Consultant   What is the cyber security threat? The internet is where we all now conduct our business. Electronic systems and digital information are essential for businesses to conduct a whole range of their day to day activities. The increased nature of connectivity also brings greater exposure to […]

How To Best Leverage Robotic Process Automation

by Abe Magalong, Business Analysts Pty Ltd Consultant   In an increasingly competitive environment where businesses are changing their internal operations to engage faster and become more personalised to their customers how can the introduction of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) assist this and what exactly is it? Robotic Process Automation is fast becoming an interesting […]

BAs’ in the World of Data Governance

by Rob Miles, Business Analysts Pty Ltd Consultant   Advancements in technology and reductions in bandwidth and storage costs mean that organisations now have the ability to capture and store large quantities of data on all sorts of processes, behaviours and systems. However, as an organisation’s data assets grow it has led to an interesting […]

Product Roadmap – A Script For Success

by Sunil Powle, Business Analysts Pty Ltd Consultant   It was close to 4pm and George was staring at his third PowerPoint slide for more than an hour, adding and deleting content several times. He felt as if he had no more power left to make a point. George had been leading a lean product […]

Why I Work at Business Analysts Pty Ltd (BAPL)

by Patrick Leaupepe, Business Analysts Pty Ltd Consultant   A couple of weeks ago on a camping trip with some mates, we were sitting around a camp fire and one of the boys asked me “Why do you work for Business Analysts Pty Ltd (BAPL)?”  This question completely caught me off guard, because what separates […]