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Kim Quirke

Kim Quirke

Better Outcomes Using Pictures, How Pictures Revolutionised the Way I do Business Analysis

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Kim Quirke is a senior business analyst who is passionate about bringing creativity into the work place, helping to bring back the balance between the visual and the verbal.

She likes using pictures to help encourage better discussions, foster a common understanding and create documents that people actually want to read and contribute to.

She is always looking for new opportunities to add creativity to the current tools used by business analysts and create a fun filled atmosphere while doing it.

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