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Jenny Tran Portfolio

ICT Business Analyst

Master of Business Informatics

ICL Graduate Business School – Auckland New Zealand

Portfolio Introduction

This portfolio has been completed in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master Degree in Business Informatics Program at ICL Graduated Business School.


The sections of the portfolio contain my biographical information, professional goals, as well as the professional working experience, the competencies considered that my strengths, the projects I have done in previous work and during the time I took master course at ICL Graduate Business School, as well as the posted blogs which are related the Business Informatics matter that reflecting my knowledge and learning.

Personal and Professional Learning Goals

I am a fast-learning, critical and international way of working, technical & analytical with business mindset thinking, passionate to learn and contribute to the business improvement.

My goal is to be an outstanding master degree holder to embrace the discipline of combining business management, technology and informatics to navigate the effective transformation in financial service for organization’s values.

My objectives are learning and researching the new technologies in Digital Era applied to business, enterprises to improve the business performance, operation as well as the customer experience, maintaining to market and expanding to compete others.

My Strengths

I did use the strengths and weakness assessment tool to do discover the best part of myself. Refer the attached link: https://high5test.com/test/result-your-friend/NzMzNjk3

Commander

My objective is to take charge and direct people. In any situation, I enjoy bringing myself forward to lead the team. Moreover, I don’t come empty handed – by that time my opinion and views are formed and I can’t wait to align others with me. Contrary to others, in this process, I am not afraid of confrontation when presenting my views. At the contrary, I feel that the confrontation and the open discussion is the first step towards an agreement. People who have a clear vision and can take a stand for it always draw followers, so will I. If I also master listening to others, this strength will help me to be a good leader without fear of confrontation.

Believer

My objective is to believe and to do ‘the right thing’. Of course, ‘the right thing’ differs from person to person, but one thing is true – I have a certain set of values that I am not ready to compromise. Moreover, these values are like a compass guiding me, providing a direction and giving my life meaning and satisfaction. I believe that money is not the ultimate measure of success. Some people call me the person of purpose. Correspondingly, I choose people I spend time with and companies my work for with respect to the alignment to these values. It makes me very trustworthy and reliable in any environment. My team members will always value my consistency.

Problem solver

My objective is to solve problems. Any breakdowns are normally demotivating to the majority of people, but not for me. At the contrary, when something does not work the way it should be, it provides me an opportunity to analyze symptoms of a problem, identify what’s wrong and find the solution. In other words, I am a great problem solver. What makes me particularly special is that instead of abandoning – my goal is to restore something to its true glory. In a team, everyone knows me as a person who does not shy away from a problem, but actually fixes things to their normal functioning.

Self-believer

My objective is to bring confidence. While I might not know what the future is going to bring, it does not disturb me. Somewhere deep in my mind and heart, I know – no matter what happens, I will go through it. This inner confidence and self-motivation allows me to take risks, able to meet new challenges, able to stake claims, and, most important, able to deliver. My confidence applies not only to abilities but also to judgments. No matter what the situation, I seem to know what the right decision is. In eyes of others, this creates a feeling of certainty, which is crucial for driving decision making process in any team.