● A Business Analyst leads the viability analysis for small to medium sized projects and supports larger and more complex projects. ● They manage business stakeholder relationships on behalf of the team and advance the BA community through sharing of best practice and mentoring others. ● Deconstructs user needs and problem statements into logical component parts for analysis and reconstruction, in order to help their team construct commercially viable solutions. ● Helps teams to manage and visualise business outcomes, prioritise work and define minimum viable product (MVP) solutions to test with users and de-risk delivery ● Listens to user needs and asks probing questions to define root causes. They synthesise multiple options before collaborating with the team to settle on one solution. ● Design and plan the process to gather user needs and other relevant data, with all relevant stakeholders. ● Performs analysis of user stories and and make amendments where necessary. They facilitate working sessions with the team and give input to help prioritise user stories. ● Interprets data from a range of sources, for example user research and process performance metrics, and consequently helps the team to make data driven decisions. ● Creates user flows, wireframes and map business processes which represent the current structure and future design of a product or service. ● Takes an innovative mindset to problem solving. Agile BA’s identify opportunities and generate ideas for continuous improvement of the delivery model, and generates insight to address unmet user needs.
Customer Research: You’ll be responsible for market research and assessment. You will also need to identify prospective customer segments (internal and external), collect and organize data, and translate the Voice of the Customer into specific needs. 2. Product Vision: You should be a highly experienced Product thinker who will acquire a deep understanding of all customers that the business caters to, their respective behavior and need. • • You will not just be exposed to Product but will also partner with the CEO and other senior leaders to think creatively and define the Product Vision. You will proactively own the forward-looking Product roadmap for the next 12-18 months. • • You will also lead the transformation of product ideas from their most formidable early stages into actionable user stories, timelines, and work sprints. • You will be in charge of identifying operational weaknesses and improvement opportunities, ensuring smooth day-to-day execution of all product activities for the purpose of meeting product and business goals.