Episode 9 (Kevin Brennan) – From Business Analysis to Product Management— A Look at the Skills That Matter Most


Product focused roles are in high-demand – but can a traditional business analyst successfully transition into one of these sought after positions? What skills are needed to make this transition? Should a business analyst target a position as a product owner or a product manager and what is the difference between these two roles any way? Are these positions part of the business analyst career path?

In this podcast, I sit down with Product Management Consultant – Kevin Brennan to answer these questions and a host of others as he presents “From Business Analysis to Product Management— A Look at the Skills That Matter Most”.

You probably already know Kevin Brennan from his years as the leading development subject matter expert for A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge™ (BABOK® Guide).  But today – Kevin Brennan is a product management consultant who helps companies turn product concepts into thriving businesses and build high-performing, high trust product teams.

Before starting a consulting company, Kevin spent 19 years as a business analyst and product manager with several startups and consulting firms and a senior executive at IIBA and the Canadian Federation of Library Associations. If you are interested in speaking with Kevin directly, you can reach him at kevin@productmvp.com.


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