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Would IIBA stand for "something" business analyst? Or?
Haven't heard of this one, if not. Thanks!
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com] On Behalf Of John Cook
> Sent: Monday, August 21, 2006 9:37 AM
> To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
> Subject: IIBA Certification
> I received an e-mail this morning from a collegue whom I
> highly respect. He said that he spoke with a mutual friend
> at TEKsystems about the future of technical writers and, more
> specifically, skill sets that will be desireable in the
> future. He strongly recommended looking into the IIBA
> certification route because what we think of as conventional
> or traditional technical writing is becoming less important
> (and/or being offshored - which is not a verb but that's the
> word he used).
> My friend wrote that it appears that IIBA may be the hot new
> must-have certification. I'm not familiar with this and
> thought I'd throw it out to the collective. Is this
> something we should be adding to our bag o' tricks?
> Kind regards,
> John Cook
> Technical Writer / Help Author
> john dot cook at gmail dot com
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