I started out the meeting with the objectives and outcomes of the meeting and proceeded to asking them a high level question: "What is the objective for Activity #1" (We had already brainstormed on the various actives performed in the public health arena); which started a discussion in the room full of PhD, Directors, and a few MPh.
Friday, 20 February 2009 11:04
Business Analyst: The Neutral ConvenerWritten by Linda Erzah
Part of my job as a Business Analyst, it is my responsibility to facilitate business process analysis meetings with a group of very knowledgeable folks. As I stood in front of my audience, I couldn't stop thinking: "What if I don't understand what is going on here? What if I can't comprehend the issues at hand? What if i steer this group to an outcome that is completely irrelevant to the issues at hand?" I was hired in the public health industry at the time and prior to that, I worked in the gaming industry, healthcare, computer software and hardware.
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Linda is a mentor and a consultant.
She currently holds the position of principal as well as instructor at BAMentor, LLC.
Her passion for business analyst combined with her love to see other professionals succeed has inspired her to create BAMentor.
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