One of the most common questions I get asked is “how can I become a Business Analyst with no experience?” Roles for business analysts often ask for prior experience, but how can you get experience if you can’t get a role? It’s a tough one. I’ve listed a few tips in this article that I hope will help you if this role is what you want.
When you start of your IT career, you’re often given one project. At some stage later in your career, whether it’s days, weeks, or months, you’ll be asked to work on more than one project. This takes quite a bit of extra effort for each extra project. I’ve listed some tips on how you can stay effective at your job while working on multiple projects.
It’s almost that time of year. The time when many of us celebrate the end of another calendar year, start winding down some of the work we’re doing, and get ready for the holiday period. We’re often asked to provide some information about our accomplishments for the year. Here are some tips on writing year end accomplishments.
You’ve got a new IT job. It’s your first full-time job in the industry. You really want to do well on your first day. The first day isn’t that hard to get through. There are a few things you can do, though, to make sure it goes well, and to set yourself up for a great future with your company.
The IT industry is a large field, and as a result, it can be hard to stand out from the rest of the people in the industry. There are some things you can do to improve your career, improve the way you do work, and make yourself look better for your company. Have a read of these 50 career tips that IT professionals can use to improve their career.
Being approachable is an underrated quality to have as an IT professional. it may depend on your role, but many IT professionals are relied upon for advice and help with tasks. This could be from people working under you, your peers, your manager or all other kinds of coworkers. Learning to become more approachable will make you seem more professional, get more respect from other people, and will be looked on favourably by your boss. Let’s take a look at some ways that you can become more approachable.
Interruptions happen to all of us. We get phone calls, people coming up to our desk, and meetings to go to. This can take up a significant amount of time. Wouldn’t it be better if we got no interruptions and could just get on with our work? Probably. But that isn’t likely to happen. The next best thing is to learn to deal with them. Read some tips on how we can do this.
Do you ever feel like you don’t get the best IT projects to work on? Is there new projects being started and introduced to your team, but it’s always someone else getting these roles? There are a few ways that you can get a spot on these projects – read on to find out more.