Monday, 02 July 2012 00:00

The BA Candy Bowl – “Mama Don’t Allow No BA Work in Here”

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The "BA Candy Bowl™" is a collection of low cost (except one, at the bottom) treats that you can consume with your friends, without permission, probably without getting caught, by "Mama", or any other foes of BA. L

Start with small bites from the candy at the top (save some for your friends).  Be sure to take iterative bites and to appreciate the flavor, THEN try another – whatever looks tasty and easy to reach.

If you start consuming the bottom treat, it requires some "cooking".  You will want to practice getting the recipe right – don't quit – this can be the most delicious of all, and feeds more people than any other.

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If you get in trouble for eating too much candy, cheer yourself up with a round of singing (links for the tune, lyrics below):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEJRgS6VTB4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tHj1Q39oFQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJKn6OJpsLE

Mama don't allow no BA work round here,
Mama don't allow no BA work round here"
Well we don't care what Mama don't allow
Gonna do BA work anyhow
Mama don't allow no BA work round here J

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Marcos Ferrer

Marcos Ferrer, CBAP has over 20 years experience in the practice of business analysis and the application of Information Technology for process improvement. Following graduation in 1983 from the University of Chicago, Mr. Ferrer joined IBM in Chicago, where he worked on requirements and systems implementations in diverse industries. His recent projects include working requirements for the Veteran's Administration, introducing BA practices at the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, and creating bowling industry models for NRG Bowl LLC. In November 2006, Marcos Ferrer is one of the first CBAPs certified by the IIBA. He has served as an elected member of the DC-Metro chapter of the IIBA, most recently as President, and assisted in the writing of the BOK 2.0 test.

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