Do you know your BA type?

We all know that different BA’s approach doing things in different ways.

Some like to watch first before trying something, others are great at making plans, someone else is best at mitigating risk, another person is great at visualizing, while someone else just jumps right in to what ever task needs doing.

If you play to your subconscious strengths, then any of those approaches can be successful. If you try to be something you are not, then the approach that works for someone else will fail for you.

What is your subsconscious strength?

Now you can quickly and easily find out.

Jonathan Chase at Restart Academy has developed a quick quiz that will tell you your personal best approach to starting anything. Go to http://www.writingusecases.com and click on the green Restart button in the left side box.

This will take you to the Restart Academy Profiler (don’t worry, it’s free). After you get your result, you can learn how to apply your subconscious strength to Business Analysis. Just click on the link on the result page that says:

Get your BA Specific Results Here!

Go now and take the quiz at http://www.writingusecases.com and let me know how it works out for you!

Best -

Geri

PS – I am one of the founders of Restart Academy. I use the system myself, recommend it to others, coach people in its use, and share in the profits of Restart Academy.

About admin

Geri Schneider Winters is the primary author of the popular Use Case book "Applying Use Cases: A Practical Guide" and the founder of Wyyzzk, Inc. She has over 25 years experience spanning the software development lifecycle. Geri has learned her craft working with folks such as Grady Booch, Jim Rumbaugh, Ivar Jacobson, Walker Royce, Scott Ambler, Warren Woodford, Philippe Kruchten, and Kendall Scott, along with many less well known, but equally talented, people. Geri has worked in many companies in many industries, including IBM, Boeing, Adobe, Intuit, Dental Dental, United Healthcare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, The Money Store, Charles Schwab, The Federal Reserve Bank, Visa International, Standford University, University of California, Carnegie Mellon University, Hilcoe College, Agilent, Knights Technology, Deloitte and Touche, and Safeway.
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3 Responses to Do you know your BA type?

  1. Marat says:

    Hi Gerry,
    thank you for the link. it would be really exciting to discover something new about myself but when I answered the last question I got this error message and nothing happened.

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘{‘ in /home2/mayfair2/public_html/reprof/1x34y2g/finalize.php on line 84

    Maybe you should ask your webmaster to fix that issue.

    Anyway, many thanks
    Regards
    Marat

  2. admin says:

    Hi Marat – it’s fixed now. Thanks!

  3. Ben says:

    Great link – I’ll have to try for myself and see what kind I am!

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