- Jack Be Nimble
- Wicked Problems and Gordian Knots
- Jack Be Quick
- Jack and Jacqueline Jump over the Candlestick
- Agile Business Analysis and Iterative Development Cycles
- And Jill Came Tumbling After
- Knowledge Artifacts
- Jack Sprat Could Eat No Fat
- Traditional Business Analysis
- The Requirements Document
- They Have Licked the Platter Clean
They Have Licked the Platter Clean
And so, dear reader, we have come to the end.
But we hope that this is not the end, but a beginning for you. We hope that this is where you begin to see your task of business analysis differently; that you look at your client’s problem in a different, more open way and discover new insights into it; that you use your agility and nimbleness to discover better problems to solve and find better, more imaginative solutions for them.
We hope that within these pages, you have discovered for yourself insights and ideas that will make your business analysis work better and more fulfilling, and through that, you make your client’s work better and more fulfilling.
We wish you well.
—James Robertson and Suzanne Robertson