1.Facilitate : Be able to effectively direct the flow of meetings and other conversations.
2.Plan : Sketch out the work that's required to get something done, and then update as events warrant.
3.Lead and influence : Set a path for the team and stakeholders to follow, and keep them moving on that path without formal authority.
4.Motivate : Energize groups of people to set and accomplish objectives.
5.Negotiate : Engage in give-and-take with team members and other stakeholders, always with the enterprise's best interests in mind.
6.Set priorities : Chart out what parts of the work are most critical at any given point in time.
7.Make recommendations : Use the knowledge and perspective gained through project work to identify the best path forward.
8.Communicate : Convey and receive information in a multitude of channels from a multitude of stakeholders.
9.Think in a systems way : Trace out how changes to one component of a system or plan can have much broader ripple effects.
10.Be trustworthy : Demonstrate that your actions align with your words.
11.Solve problems : See what's wrong, identify your options for improving it, and then choose one and follow it through.
The BA part of the role is responsible for :
1.Modelling and analysis : Understanding of various applications used in the life insurance industry including Policy administration system, agent management system or peripheral application including web portals.
2.Elicitation : Interacting with all available requirements sources to obtain needed information.
3.Requirements deliverables : Creating the agreed-upon textual and visual representations of the solution from a business perspective.
4.Traceability and requirements management : Ensuring that project objective, scope, requirements, and design are in alignment.
5.Work experience : of Test condition preparation and Validation rules preparation for UI applications Basic understanding of technology system interfaces and data integration, networks, and operating systems Knowledge of Business Process Modelling using decision table's trees and data flows, etc.
The PM part of the role on the other hand, is tasked with :
1.Schedule management : Establishing key milestones, tasks, and activities and ensuring that the necessary progress is made toward them.
2.Risk management : Identifying potential issues related to the solution and project execution, and ensuring that they're addressed appropriately.
3.Quality validation : Providing assurance that the test coverage is complete and that quality is sufficient to move forward with the solution.
4.Issue escalation : Taking project challenges and problems to the right set of authorities at the right time.
5.Product scope management : Ensuring that solution features and functions align with the project objectives and with requirements
6.Budget management : Tracking project actual and anticipated expenditures and taking action to address any significant variances.
7.Resource procurement : Getting the needed people, tools, vendors, and technology involved in the project.
8.Project communication : Informing stakeholders of project progress and serving as the formal point of contact for project inquiries.
9.Vendor management : Coordinating efforts with any external parties involved in the creation and delivery of the solution