• The End is Near for Business Analysts in Agile!
  • Well-defined Data Part 7 - Attributes that Quantify
  • Measuring Usability with the System Usability Scale
  • The End is Near for Business Analysts in Agile!

    I’ve heard “The End is Near!” for Business Analysts for almost 20 years. Waterfall project management, with its need for formal requirements, is dead…a dinosaur…so 1990’s.

  • Well-defined Data Part 7 - Attributes that Quantify

    Having discussed attributes intended to name entity instances in Part 6 of this series, we move on to attributes intended to satisfy the need to say something quantitatively about an instance.

  • Measuring Usability with the System Usability Scale

    Beauty, it is said, is in the eye of the beholder. As proof, ask a group of friends or colleagues to verbally explain how to measure beauty, then sit back and watch the entertainment as people struggle to express verbally what is visually obvious to them.

Brad Egeland

Brad Egeland

Brad Egeland is a Business Solution Designer and IT/PM consultant and author with over 25 years of software development, management, and project management experience leading initiatives in Manufacturing, Government Contracting, Creative Design, Gaming and Hospitality, Retail Operations, Aviation and Airline, Pharmaceutical, Start-ups, Healthcare, Higher Education, Non-profit, High-Tech, Engineering and general IT. Brad is married, a father of 10, and living in sunny Las Vegas, NV. Visit Brad's site at http://www.bradegeland.com/.
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