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The Role of the Business Analyst in SharePoint

One of the most underappreciated (in my estimation) roles in IT is the Business Analyst, and yet it should be one of the most critical functions in your organization

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Increased Productivity Means Focusing on Adoption

As I've blogged about previously , the emphasis of these roles will turn to more or less Business Analyst functions, where they need to know enough about the systems to troubleshoot any issues and to work with service providers to keep things up and running, but much of what they do on a day-to-day basis is about understanding and translating business requirements into SharePoint solutions

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Increasing Your Focus on SharePoint Productivity

I was reading Daniel Antion's post entitled Make SharePoint Simple , which made me think about my own transition into the topic of SharePoint productivity this past year. In his article, Dan shares some experience he's had recently with customers and students who are beginning to use...

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Preventing Productivity "Leakage"

How productive are your end users? We all have this idea running through our minds about what productivity means, and whether or not we think our organizations are good at getting the most out of our people. I'm not talking about the strengths or weaknesses of any single individual around...

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Where Do You Stand on the Social Enterprise?

A few months ago, indenpendent analyst Dennis Howlett and Dion Hinchcliffe, Executive Vice of Strategy at the Dachis Group, debated whether the social enterprise was fact or fiction

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New to the AIIM Expert Community

I started my career as a technical writer and business analyst 20 years ago, quickly moving into technical project management roles, and eventually building out and running project management organizations (PMO) and business analyst teams in dedicated and consulting roles

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Increase Your Organization’s Productivity through Customer Relationship Management

CRM is a great repository for business intelligence (BI) analysts to analyze and report on trends that are occurring in an organization

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You Can’t Always Get What You Want

Provided you are a business user with a good business analyst on your project team...Having served in analyst and project manager roles for many years before becoming a records manager, I have a few lessons learned to share

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