I’m Stu Mullinger, and I’ve created Better Business Analysis to help organisations, teams, and professionals deliver change more effectively through responsive resourcing, skills development and enhancing BA practice maturity.
For organisations, I provide tailored, packaged business analyst services on-demand, providing flexibility and cost certainty. Perhaps you need a one-off workshop, or modelling of a specific process. I can help you quickly address your problems and opportunities with innovative solutions – particularly where using a fixed-term contractor isn’t feasible for your immediate needs.
For change teams, I can help design and improve pipeline and delivery processes to ensure initiatives are fulfilling the organisation’s strategic vision. I can also help develop a business analyst practice through role definition, competency frameworks and maturity models.
For change professionals, I provide business analyst skills training and resources to improve your effectiveness and help you progress to the next level. My blog also examines issues in business analysis and techniques you can use in your work.
I’m always keen to hear from other business analysts, so if you have a query about a particular technique or the BA career, feel free to get in touch.
Latest from my blog
- BPMN: why I love it for process modelling!I’ve been using the BPMN modelling standard for about a decade now, and I’ve yet to find a better method for mapping business processes! Since stumbling upon it, I’ve grown to become… Read More »BPMN: why I love it for process modelling!
- 2020: analysing my yearBetter Business Analysis has now been up and running as a limited company for half a year! I have an accountant, a logo, and a website. 2020 has been a rollercoaster, particularly… Read More »2020: analysing my year
- Stop doing the wrong projects (part two)Pursuing the wrong projects can be disastrous for an organisation. In the first half of this article, I looked at the various reasons that organisations end up pursuing change initiatives that should… Read More »Stop doing the wrong projects (part two)
- Stop doing the wrong projects (part one)Like most business analysts, I’ve worked on plenty of projects in my career that should probably not have been given a green light. Some of these went on for many, many months,… Read More »Stop doing the wrong projects (part one)