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September 6, 2019
How Can Credit Risk Analyst Become Financial Analyst A credit analyst measures the creditworthiness of a company or an institution and facilitates credit risk management. Usually employed by banks, smaller investment companies and credit card companies, their general job role involves assessing whether a loan applicant is creditworthy or not. By first gathering relevant to the same and post a detailed analysis of […] Read More »
September 5, 2019
What is the Difference Between a Business Analyst and Business Intelligence? When the business analysis markets are expected to hit the 20 billion mark and considering that business analytics actually makes the business five times faster, better informed and effective, it gets a little confusing when people mix up the terms “BA-Business Analytics” and “BI- Business Intelligence” and use them interchangeably when the two areas are […] Read More »
September 5, 2019
What is Business Analysis To ensure that a business runs glitch free, it’s requirements and problems need to be identified, and solutions need to be determined from time to time. While techniques or processes may vary from industry to industry, the setting of tasks, gathering relevant knowledge related to the market, and techniques implemented to solve business needs is […] Read More »
August 26, 2019
Why is Business Analysis an Important Part of Business? Business analysis is the process of identifying business needs, lending and determining solutions to business problems. It involves devising techniques to make an appropriate plan and act on it. Business analysis is one of the most important pillars of a business configuration since it is how business analysts break down the problems into multiple smaller […] Read More »
March 18, 2019
Management Theory: Managing Organizational Design and Change   Design and change are highly interchangeable when it concerns the daily processes of any organization, and the process can be elaborated by looking at the inherent methodologies that concern both these subjects. Change is continual; it does not stop, and business processes change the condition and equilibrium of a particular organization status in the […] Read More »