Currently, the topmost story in the news channels is only the CoronaVirus pandemic and its effects. The coronavirus outbreak took a toll on our lives. Daily we are reading thousands got infected and hundreds have died so far. The global Coronavirus pandemic made a lot of people shelterless and foodless.
In this crucial time as a Business analyst what we can do?
As our job requires highly analytical thinking and problem-solving skills, we are used to with eleventh-hour surprises or some other issues in our day to day life. At least we can solve this problem up to some extent by raising a helping hand by giving the proper data analysis of the ongoing crises.
Here we will discuss a simple scenario. Suppose you are working in the health care domain and helping a nonprofit organization. In this scenario, you need to ask the right questions which will tremendously help them to organize their duties and responsibilities on time.
- How many patients are detected positive in that area?
- Are there enough isolation wards? If not, then what could be done to create an isolation ward? Like vacating nearby school buildings or hotels etc? Are they maintaining the isolation wards appropriate and sanitized so that it should not spread?
- How many patients recovered with the given medicine?
- Is there enough supply of medical instruments and other devices?
- Is there enough supply of food and clothes?
- Are they sanitizing the area regularly?
- How much time one patient is taking to recover on an average?
- Are they maintaining the required hygiene?
There are a lot of factors that help the organization to built a proper system to stop the outbreak. But as a business analyst if you help the organization to plan the crisis in a better way then that help will be remembered forever.
Remember, “A helping hand is worth than a thousand moral words.”