Get What You Want: How to work with your BA to define requirements
Objective: Teach BAs how to help their customers to define better requirements.
Speaker: Andy Roth Andy Roth is a senior technology manager with an emphasis on software development, process improvement, business analysis, IT, and quality systems. His career of over 20 years started as a US Naval Officer and has included Fujitsu, GTE Government Systems, SRI International, and Tekelec. Career highlights include leading the design and introduction of the first tactically employed Low Frequency Active SONAR, a battlefield communication system that enabled the US Army’s logistics command to work efficiently in the desert theatre, development of middleware enabling commercial systems to work in largely unstaffed telecommunications offices and a number of enterprise projects. He is a volunteer mentor with CED’s Venture Mentoring Service. On the personal side, Andy and his wife, Karen, have a hobby farm in semi-rural Johnston County, home to bees chickens and goats as well as many gardens. He’s proud of his new, and first, grandson Ethan born in March. Andy has also just completed his training as a yoga instructor.
Location: South Regional Library 4505 S. Alston Avenue Durham, NC 27713 919-560-7409
Objective: Want to know if you have enough project hours to take the CCBA or CBAP Exam? Join us for the next CCBA/CBAP Workshop for step by step instructions that will assist you in completing the exam application.
Workshop Facilitator: VP of Education: Camille Spruill, PMP, CBAP, CSM Camille has 12+ years of experience in the IT field and has worked as a Business Analyst for many years. She is a Project Manager at a global software company and has a wealth of knowledge on career development. She is a Certified Business Analyst Professional (CBAP), a Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Certified Scrum Master (CSM).
Preparing for Today’s World of Work: An Introduction to Precision Questioning and Answering
Objective: The Precision Q+A toolkit teaches a methodology for asking carefully crafted questions and providing tightly aligned answers. As a result of learning Precision Q+A, organizations enjoy more efficient business conversations and individuals think more deeply about their own work. The result is enhanced communication and analytic thinking skills along with radical increases in productivity.
Speaker: Bob Stocking, Vervago Bob is Vervago's Precision Q+A master instructor and lives in Chapel Hill. He has taught the Precision Q+A workshop all over the world and can speak volumes about the skill set, and the benefits to your audience. He is also teaching the open enrollment (public) workshop in Durham on June 4th. We will be offering IIBA RTP members 50% off the registration fee.