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As I told you in my previous post, I am a business analyst. As you know, business people (which includes you) are the people who make the decisions about what happens to your company and how it operates. You know, making money, and the like.
So, as a business analyst, you’re also a person who asks more questions than are polite (or comfortable) to answer.
I love you, cisco, as you are my business analyst. And I want you to know that I appreciate you taking the time to read my post.
Well, this is a blog, after all. So read at your own risk. There are no guarantees.
I can understand the need to ask questions. I can also understand that you might feel uncomfortable asking them. As a business analyst, you are a business person. You have to know what your company does, and you have to do it well. But you also have to know when to ask questions, and don’t be afraid to ask, especially if you have questions that aren’t about the business.
This is a good point. I think there are two kinds of questions. The ones that are just about the business. The ones that are about the company’s goals and mission. Ask these questions because they are a good sign that you are on the right track. Not every question is about the business, but many are. When you are asking these questions, you are learning. You are learning about what your company does and what its goals are.
This is a great time for a company to start learning. A good question to ask is “What happens when you have a good idea and you need a company to make it happen?” You will be surprised how many people will say “We have a business plan and that is what we are going to do and that is what we hope to do”. But your plans can change.
Some people see a business plan as a set of goals that they want to achieve. That is an awful thing to base a business plan on, and it probably should not be the standard when it comes to business plans. The business plan should be a statement of what it would take to get your company to where you want it to be. The plan should be set up for a specific purpose. So when I say “Our plan for X” I mean that my plan is our plan for X.
I’ve been trying to sell this as a business plan because I feel I can give a better description of our current business. When I say we had a bad day, this means we had a bad day. When I say we have a good day, this means we have a good day. When I say we lost money, this means we lost money. When I say we are making money, this means we are making money.
We have had a bad day, so we have a good day. This is when we had a bad day, so we have a good day. When I say we have a good day, this means we have a good day. When I say we have a good day for X, this means we have a good day for X.