Super, succinct model of the essence of design >
“A Unified Theory for Designing Just About Anything” by @cwodtke
In a university context useful not just for business analysts like me involved in service, systems or product design, but also anyone involved in writing, research, teaching (it includes instructional design example).
It really is a model that could be applied to many scenarios that require design or creativity and covers four key elements that form the acronym CAMP:
i.e the discovery business analysts like to do that establishes the goals, stakeholders, requirement and constraints
i.e the organising principles and structures of the design
i.e the behaviours and qualities you want to implement
i.e. the emotional and experiential response of users
Information Resources for Business Analysts:
A Subject Guide for New or Aspiring Professionals
This is a guide to business analysis information resources I wrote for an assignment on the Information Domains module of my MSc in Information Science at City University, London in April 2015. It is a collection of 100 annotated resources that I’ve found useful in my career and may be of interest to new business analysts or those hoping to pursue a career in business analysis.
Download the resource guide as a PDF document.
Information Resources for Business Analysts: A Subject Guide for New or Aspiring Professionals by Alison Pope is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.