Well, there are three categories in which a person wants to be a business analyst.
- An entry-level business analyst who is aspiring for this profession
- A person who is already working in the industry and want to shift his profile to Business analyst
- A person has quite good domain knowledge but not have the management skills and leadership skills to handle all at once.
Here in this blog, I would like to discuss what could be the majors if someone takes in the above different scenarios to get into the skin of business analysts.
- Entry Level :
Being at the entry-level you might have the choice to choose a domain. With your educational qualification, you can choose a proper domain. At Ba centric, we have been guided so many aspiring students till now by mentoring without professionals.
At entry-level, you will have the option to join as a trainee where you have to learn all in and out about the business analysis.
- Experienced Professional :
Being an experienced professional person you have a quite hold on the domain and technical part of the project. In this scenario, you need to focus on the management part and know the business processes well ahead in time. Leadership skills and other soft skills you need to work more on. BA Centric practicing to create such leaders for years.
- Management Professional:
These people have strong domain knowledge and managerial skills but they lack tools and technical knowledge involved in the business processes. BA Centric provides training to such professionals to get a good hold in the technical area as well.
Be you are at any stage, BA Centric’s interactive workshops and case studies help you to make your successful carrier in Business Analyst.