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5 best Business Analyst Blogs to follow in 2018

A while back, we published our guide to the 5 best business analyst blogs to follow. While these blogs are all still brilliant resources, the online world moves so fast. There are new blogs popping up daily, and so here’s five of the best BA blogs in 2018:

Bob the BA from Bob Prentiss

The name may make you giggle, but Bob the BA is seriously good reading. Run by Bob Prentiss, the blog combines expert advice with opinion pieces and general professional wisdom. Worth checking out.

Business Analyst Learnings from Stephanie Famuyide

Business Analyst Learnings is a great resource both for new and experienced professionals. Blog owner Stephanie Famuyide publishes a range of content, from light-hearted (‘How to survive embarrassing office moments’) to very useful Agile toolkits and Requirement Elicitation tips.

Timo Elliott’s blog

This blog tracks innovation in analytics and social media, including topics such as big data, collaborative decision-making, and social analytics. Timo Elliott is an innovation evangelist and international conference speaker who has presented to business and IT audiences in over fifty countries around the world.

Adrian Reed’s blog

This UK-based blog has been going since 2009. Adrian has a strong business analysis background, having worked on a wide range of strategic projects across a variety of business domains, geographies and technologies. You’ll find a reading list, articles and a wide range of insights into BA on the blog.

Numerify blog

Numerify blog on business analytics including IT service management (ITSM) and business intelligence solutions combined with cloud delivery. Topics include IT analytic applications, IT strategy and process management, data warehousing, keys to a successful startup, and more.

Reddit Business Intelligence

Although not strictly a blog, there are almost 15000 subscribers to the Business Intelligence subreddit forum. Discussions are wide-ranging and attract a number of comments, so you’ll be sure to find the answer to your BA questions there.


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