Overview Hello! This is Aidan Duffy from iloveoracle.com In this blog post I want to the 6 Key Skills of a functional consultant. Agenda 6 Most important Functional Consulting Skills 6 Skills Triple your Hireability Key work Products – Objectives Key work Products – Requirements Key work Products – Design Key work Products – Build Key work Products – Testing Key work Products – Transition Resources Link to Functional Quadrant Post 6 Most Important Functional Consulting Skills This is the course objectives, so we’re talking about the six key functional skills. We’ll recap on what we call the functional quadrant,
In this post I want to discuss the Requirements Phase, one of the 6 Key Skills of a Functional Consultant, in particular creating the MoSCoW List.
Functional Quadrant – How to use your existing skills to break into Functional Consulting, and develop the full functional skillset from there.
This audio+presentation post discusses the Testing skill, one of the 6 Key Skills of a Functional Consultant. In particular creating Testing Strategy, one of the first stages in the Testing phase of an Oracle project. We’ll also discuss how to break into functional consulting using your current skillsets, where you might fit in an Oracle project.
Hello! Overview This audio+presentation post discusses the Testing skill, one of the 6 Key Skills of a Functional Consultant. In particular creating Testing Requirements, the first stage of the Testing phase of an Oracle project. We’ll also discuss how to break into functional consulting using your current skillsets, where you might fit in an Oracle project, and what you would be expected to do during this phase. I share how testing can be used to get great visibility with your client, how testing can be used to become a key consultant, or linchpin, on an Oracle project. Please download the
Are you looking for some ideas to help you get your point across confidently and effectively? Read on to find out about my experiences as an Oracle Consultant, and what techniques I use to have my voice heard, in each new role I have taken on. We all know that every project, workplace, and individual is different, so being flexible is crucial to your success as a good communicator. Often you’ll have to rely on your own judgment in deciding when and how to appropriately express your opinion and ideas.