Welcome to the Business Analyst Hub, I’m so glad you are here 😃
Business Analyst Hub is the central place for business analysts to learn to be effective and productive business analysts.
I started the Business Analyst Hub to learn, share, and support other Business Analysts to discover and experience rewarding business analyst careers.
I want to provide a safe community where new and experienced Business Analysts can collaborate, provide encouragement, and work smarter.
The goal of Business Analyst Hub is simple:
#1. Help Business Analysts discover the type of role and position that best fit their skill set, experience and career goals.
#2. Present well written and researched articles providing tips and advice to help Business Analysts achieve their full potential and advance in their careers.
#3. Research and recommend tools, templates and resources for enabling Business Analysts to do great work.
I am passionate about technology not for the sake of it (that’s geeky lol) but because of how it impacts businesses.
I originally studied Telecommunications and Computer Networks Engineering (a mouthful I know. Even I don’t know how I did it) and International Technology Management at Warwick University (best educational experience ever).
I enjoy learning so I went all out and got a doctorate in Technology Entrepreneurship looking at Technology Incubators and it Impacts on Technology Entrepreneurship Development in West Africa.
I am a Business Analyst Consultant by profession which perfectly matches my passion for business and technology.
I essentially help businesses and technology communicate with each other effectively.
My experience cuts across Telecommunications, Education, Fin-Tech, Construction, Digital Marketing and the Travel Industry.
My specialities are in Business Process Discovery, Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Business Intelligence and Data Visualisation.
I am driven by my family and the younger generation of Africa.
RANDOM FACTS ABOUT ME
- I started a business just to have enough money to buy a kid a laptop in Africa
- I don’t believe in work-life balance. My life is my work and my work is my life. It’s intertwined.
- I am an introvert but people tend not to believe me especially my wife.
- I had a viral post on LinkedIn. I’m still overwhelmed by how much my personal story resonated with so many people.
- I am ‘Patrick’ and I am lucky to be married to a ‘Patricia’. We decided to name our kids with ‘P’ names and we call our home Peesville.
- Myself and Patricia my wife have the ‘Dr’ acronym to our name. It’s so cringe!
- I was a Business Analyst long before I officially held the title.
- I have been through depression twice. Once when I had a major business failure and second during the last year of completing my PhD
- London is my favourite city!
- Apparently, my daughter is my exact look alike but sadly I can’t see it.
- I think I am dyslexic but I can’t be bothered to do a test to confirm.
- I love productivity and have various ways of maximising my time but somehow things always get out of control lol.
- Most people have just one boss. I have 4 bosses I report to directly. My wife, my boss at work, my boss at Career Masterclass and my boss at church.
- I am the first and only one with a PhD in my entire family.
- I am an average student. What helped me is incurable energy, curiosity, resilience and drive to be successful.
- I don’t think cooking is science. I think it’s art.
- I sang the baby shark song at an interview and still did not get the job.
- I love soccer but do not support any club team and have never visited a stadium
- I am a very brave man but noticed I became very ‘jumpy’ when I started having kids lol
- I am passionate about inspiring the younger generation of Africa
- I don’t want to just die old. I want to die empty.
- My ultimate dream to have an innovation hub in Africa to provide digital training and free internet facilities.
- I am an imperfect Christian. My faith is at the centre of everything I do.
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