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IIBA-OC February 27th Dinner Meeting: Six Trumps: The Brain Science that Makes Training Stick

IIBA Orange County Chapter

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PST)

IIBA-OC February 27th Dinner Meeting: Six Trumps: The...

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IIBA-OC Member
Members of the IIBA Orange County Chapter in good standing are eligible to receive discounted pricing. Member ID is required.
2d 11h 56m $35.00 $0.00
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2d 11h 56m $40.00 $0.00
Presentation Only
Dinner is not provided with this ticket type. Priority seating is provided to dinner guests.
Ended $15.00 $0.00

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IIBA-OC February Dinner Meeting


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Are you responsible for eliciting requirements, gaining consensus, and having stakeholders approve requirements? Do you look for ways to go beyond “Death by Powerpoint” when you are presenting or training? Are you responsible for passing along info to groups?

Certain ways to learn trump other, more traditional ways of learning. That is not to say that the traditional learning methods should be ignored; rather, some methods are better than others when it comes to remembering and using information.

These methods help learners “win” the learning game. Sharon Bowman calls these methods “brain science principles” because they have been discussed at length in books about cognitive neuroscience and human learning.

This interactive session will give a summary of six brain science principles that trump more traditional learning methods.

Key: Understanding how different approaches to learning can make elicitation, collaboration, and requirements analysis more effective.

Speaker:  Victor Bonacci 

Victor BVictor Bonacci has been working with software teams since 1999, as a programmer, project manager, scrum master, and coach. He lives in Tustin with his wife and daughter, and enjoys our thriving, local Agile community.

Since 2009 he has strictly been a Scrum Master and Agile Coach. He is very active in our local community. He started an Agile Coffee Meetup in 2011, and the conversations prompted the launch of the Agile Coffee podcast two years later.

Victor volunteers at the Agile Opens in SoCal, and co-founded Agile Coach Camp US West in 2014. His truest passion is giving back and looking for opportunities to invite others to connect. He practices mindfulness and models Agile values, and works to meet people's need.

Get to know Victor Bonacci, visit his website is AgileCoffee.com and his  twitter is @AgileCoffee.

Fun Fact: Victor started his career as a filmmaker, then worked a few years as a teacher before moving into software development. 

Dinner Choices:  Be ready to select when you register

  • Chef's Plate:  Sweet Autumn Chicken
  • Vegetarian:  Veggie Cobbler (Vegetarian Pot Pie)
    • Both Dinners are served with a salad and hot rolls. 
    • Fresh brewed coffee, decaffeinated coffee, hot herbal tea, ice tea and water are available (self-serve).

Dessert Choices: Be ready to select when you register

  • Chef's Choice: Chocolate Cake
  • Fresh Fruit

Parking: Paking is included, inform the Valet you are attending our meeting.

Refund Policy
: There are no refunds for this event.

Have questions about IIBA-OC February 27th Dinner Meeting: Six Trumps: The Brain Science that Makes Training Stick? Contact IIBA Orange County Chapter

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DoubleTree Club
7 Hutton Centre Dr
Santa Ana, CA 92707

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PST)


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IIBA Orange County Chapter

The Orange County chapter of the IIBA is committed to advancing the profession of Business and Systems Analysis throughout Orange County.  We provide monthly networking meetings, training, job opportunities and connections to other professional organizations in the industry.  We are the "Go To" resource for Business/Systems Analysis in Orange County.  We invite you to come check us out at our monthly meetings.  We meet every fourth Tuesday of each month.  We look forward to meeting you!

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