There’s no more Business As Usual. So why do Business Analysis as usual? Assurity’s Lean Business Analysis service is designed for today’s business environment.
In times when deciding fast and moving decisively is critical, Traditional Business Analysis has become a blocker, not an enabler. The requirements document that had you chasing down every blind alley is the document that took too long, cost too much and engaged too many.
With Lean Business Analysis, you explore only what’s relevant and understand only what matters. You’ll make better decisions at the speed you need.
‘Lean’ focuses on reducing waste. There are now eight recognised forms of waste – the original seven ‘Muda’ from Toyota Production System plus ‘Knowledge hoarding’. We’re writing a series of blog posts about how these are dealt with in our Lean Business Analysis service.Find out more
We’ll add value by better articulating your business's intentions, requirements and outcomes. We’ll help you identify innovative solutions by using techniques that visualise links between objectives and detailed requirements. We’ll improve the interaction between teams and ensure stakeholder engagement throughout a project.
Our BI services specialise in the delivery layer of your solution and the functions performed by technical BAs. We’ll interpret your BI needs and transform these into specifications required by your implementation team.
We’ll help you establish or improve your own capability by understanding your situation, identifying desired outcomes and creating a roadmap. We provide coaching and a range of education courses, too.
Enterprise procurement is fraught with risk. Our Lean Business Analysis team uses Agile principles to help you develop the templates, strategy, approach and requirements for a robust RFP that will help you achieve your objectives.
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We're looking for exceptional Business Analysts to lead and deliver analysis and design thinking with our valued clients.
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