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Business Analysts, System Architects, and Other Misnomers

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

I received an interesting email yesterday re my BPM 2.0 manifesto from a professed “process analyst” I know: Another good one, Bruce? I’d quibble only about the role defs for “business analyst” (a common misnomer in vogue in IT today that should be titled “requirements analyst” since they don’t really analyze the business or assist the business in developing strategies, workplace design, etc.) and “process analyst” (being a technically oriented position – when there are already a bunch of process analysts out here and our primary role is doing all that stuff that the business analyst doesn’t do?

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