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Albany Business Analysis Development Day
Moving to the Next Level
Our lives are full of plateaus. The one we came from, the one were on, and the next one we want to reach. And like any worthwhile endeavor, we must prepare. Preparing for a professional change requires honing our skills.
We have built a Professional Development Day to help in the preparations. Business Analysis and its practitioners are at the very focal point when organizations grapple with change: Analyzing the current situation, preparing recommendations, and assisting the organization to make the transition, and evaluating effectiveness of the solution. We need to work with the organizations’ staff and leaders to make it happen.
Our Professional Development Day a track focused on improving project-level skills and another one that focuses on the skills needed to work at the enterprise level. We will hear from keynote speakers that when facing failure or a setback, about the importance of keeping calm, evaluating the situation, and finding the path forward.
We will also hear from professionals who will help improve our skills through hour and 15 minute long workshops throughout the day. The workshops will be led by practicing experts with real-world skills. The sessions will dig deep into specific areas; offering practical and instantly useable skills, tools, and techniques.
We’ve done the research to provide you an educational program that will help you embrace and handle the changes in our industry and profession. When change comes, will you be ready to move onward? Or wishing you were ready.
Conference at a glance:
205 Wolf Rd, Albany, NY 12205
8:00 Breakfast and Registration
8:40 Keynote: Learning to Fail in Order to Succeed - Ian Agranat
9:30 Workshops - See below
11:00 Workshops - See below
12:15 Lunch and Networking
1:00 Keynote: Moving Your Career Forward in 2017 and Beyond
1:45 Workshops - See below
3:15 Workshops - See below
4:45 Close out and Door prizes and Social
Tracks and Workshops:
Project-based Skills and Techniques Track
9:30 Business Analysis and Product Ownership: One Goal, Two Views - Sue Burk
11:00 Kickstart Software Development with User Interface (UI) Prototypes - Matthew Carmichael
1:45 Scoping Requirements - Roxanne Miller
3:15 Business Rules in Complex and Convoluted Environments
Enterprise-Level Topics Track
9:30 Introduction to Business Value Analysis - David Mantica
11:00 Decision Modeling Primer - Helping Others to Make Better Decisions - Norman Daoust
1:45 411 on Business Relationship Management - Douglas Lapham
3:15 Engagement: Help Me to Help You - Marie Bankuti
NOTE: The above topics are subject to changed based up on available presenters.
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IIBA Albany Capital District Chapter
The International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) is a not-for-profit organization that serves the growing profession of business analysis by maintaining standards for the profession and certifying its practitioners. Whatever your role -- requirements management, systems analysis, business analysis, requirements analysis, project management, or consulting, if you are involved in analysis for systems, business or process improvement, IIBA can help you do your job better.
The IIBA Albany Capital District chapter is a not-for-profit organization that is strengthening the role of Business Analysts by providing educational, networking and certification opportunities to Upstate New York Business Analysis practitioners. The chapter was formally chartered in November 2008.