Big Fish: How Henry Gomez Uses His Experience Deep Sea Fishing in Business Analysis
Although Atlanta is more landlocked than the Caribbean, Henry Gomez often brings the skills he learned deep sea fishing with him.
A Game Plan: How Competitive Video Gaming Prepared Chris Jones for Data Solutions
Video games have taken Chris Jones from Chicago, Ill., to Columbus, Ohio, to Dallas, Texas, to Raleigh, North Carolina. And the experiences of competitive gaming have informed his role as a data analyst with Daugherty Business Solutions.
“Go, Live Your Dream.” – How Cosplaying Flynn Rider in Disney World Paved the Way for TJ Ventre as a Business Analyst
TJ Ventre is quick on his feet and has superhuman good looks, although the guards just can’t seem to get his nose right on Wanted ads. Actually, that’s Flynn Rider, a character from Disney’s Tangled, whom TJ would dress up like at Walt Disney World.
DaughertyStep: Lalit Devraj Breaks Down How Business Analysis Is Like Beatboxing
What's at the heart for what Lalit does as a professional beatboxer and as a business analyst with Daugherty Business Solutions? Flow.
Horse Play: How Maura Harris and Kurt Parten Use Equine Assisted Therapy Experience to Lead Business Transformations
Maura Harris and Kurt Parten both work in environments with lots of inputs, which is part of the reason helping with equine assisted therapy has strengthened them in their business roles.
The Benevolent “Lord Business”: How Tom Fattes Uses Business Alignment for Good in the LEGO World
Tom Fattes is a senior principal consultant with Daugherty, and the Line of Service lead for business alignment out of our Chicago business unit. He is an expert in business analysis, business architecture, product ownership, User Experience/User Interface (UX/UI) and change leadership. And his passion for LEGOs incorporates just about all of these skills.
Let Me Be Clear: Shannon Moore on How Business Analysis Makes Her a Better Writer for Children’s Literature
When Shannon Moore isn’t serving as a business analyst or data steward at Daugherty, she writes nonfiction for grades 6 through 12 (aka kidlit).
Requirements for the Back End: What Curling Has Taught Stephen Dropkin about Business Analysis
Stephen Dropkin may have moved to Minneapolis in hopes of making it as an Olympic curler, but he’s happy to have found a home at Daugherty where he uses many of the same skills he perfected on the ice as a successful business analyst.