A PMI Requirements Management Community of Practice session with Elizabeth Larson, PMP, CBAP, CSM
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Organizations are becoming increasingly aware that no matter how well they manage projects, they won’t succeed if they don’t get the requirements right.
But what does it mean to have good requirements?
Is it creating a mountain of unnecessary paperwork? Is it a rejection of techniques that have served requirements practitioners well over the years? Where is the business analysis industry going? This presentation addresses these hot topics in business analysis.
Specifically, this presentation:
- Describes 7 trends in the field of business analysis and why some of these trends are replacing time-honored traditions while others are not
- Describes 4 competencies that are needed to take advantage of these trends
- Discusses what this means for practitioners who do or manage business analysis work
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Attendees will be able to learn and discuss:
- The latest trends in business analysis
- Which trends are apt to last and which will fade
- What is needed to take advantage of these trends
12-1 PM EST (18:00 CET / France)
Elizabeth Larson, PMP, CBAP, CSM is Co-Principal and CEO of Watermark Learning and has over 30 years of experience in project management and business analysis. Elizabeth’s speaking history includes presentations at international conferences on the five continents.
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Cette conférence professionnelle fera la part belle aux retours d’expérience, débats et présentations d’experts du sujet. Elle se déroulera à Paris les 24 et 25 Juin puis se répètera à Genève les 29 et 30 Juin. Une superbe initiative Franco-Suisse !
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Seven Ways to Build Trust with Elizabeth Larson, Principal, PMP, CBAP, CSM
6 June • 6 PM CET/France
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One of the most difficult phases of the project is eliciting requirements from stakeholders. Under the best circumstances requirements are often vague, conflicting, and in flux. Even when key stakeholders are involved in the requirements process, they are not always fully engaged. Personal agendas, fear of change, and comfort with the way things have always been done can create a climate of apathy and mistrust, all of which make identifying the true needs difficult. When business stakeholders and the project team have a relationship built on trust, however, they can more quickly work together to build a solution to meet the business need.
Specifically this presentation describes:
• The barriers to building trust when eliciting requirements
• Common elicitation pitfalls that often bust trust
• Collaborative elicitation planning
• The role of consultative questioning
• Facilitating techniques that build trust
• How effective scribes build trust and help ensure complete requirements
Attendees will be able to:
• Discuss the nature of trust and why it’s key to successful requirements elicitation
• List at least 5 barriers to effective requirements elicitation related to trust
• Describe seven ways to build and maintain trust to ensure successful requirements elicitation
Elizabeth Larson is CEO and Co-Principal of Watermark Learning with over 30 years of experience in project management, business analysis, and influencing skills. Elizabeth co-authored three books: Practitioners’ Guide to Requirements Management, The Influencing Formula, and the CBAP Certification Study Guide.
L’Analyste de l’Entreprise (Business Analyst), un nouveau métier au cœur de la révolution numérique pour garantir la rentabilité des investissements et apporter de la valeur à l’entreprise.
La maitrise d’ouvrage (MOA) et la maitrise d’œuvre (MOE) enfin réunies face à ces nouveaux défis digitaux. L’Analyste d’Entreprise devient le garant de la réussite de ces transformations. Une réussite durable qui doit à la fois satisfaire les objectifs économiques, sociaux et environnementaux de l’entreprise.
L’Institut International des Business Analyst (IIBA), Le Club des Pilotes de Processus (C2P), l’Association Française de l’Analyse de la Valeur (AFAV) se sont réunis pour soutenir ce métier et organisent ensemble, le Jeudi 26 Juin 2014, chez Microsoft à Paris, une manifestation nationale destiné à faire connaitre les avantages de cette discipline pour aborder, de la meilleure façon, cette révolution numérique.
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Ce Symposium international en Business Analysis (BAFS 2014) rassemble, pour la deuxième année consécutive, des experts internationaux qui viendront présenter les raisons pour lesquels il est urgent de prendre le temps de la réflexion et de l’analyse afin de mieux intégrer ces nouveaux changements technologiques dans les dimensions économiques, sociales et environnementales.
Voici quelques thèmes que les conférenciers présenteront lors de ce 2ème Symposium International en Business Analysis : http://bit.ly/1eM6DRi
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Special Webinar: Business Analysis is a Growing Area in Project Management
Presenter: Simona Fallavollita and David P. Bieg 7 April • 18:00 CET/France
The PMI-PBA credential spotlights your ability to effectively work with stakeholders to define their business requirements, shape the output of projects and drive successful business outcomes.
The influence Requirements Management practices have on projects is evident. As the emphasis on Requirements Management and its relevance to project success continues to rise, so too does the importance of having skilled individuals dedicated to this function within a project team. Business analysis is a critical function that helps define business requirements in order to shape the output of projects and drive successful business outcomes. In order to ensure the quality of requirements and projects, it is crucial that individuals be skilled and knowledgeable in industry standards and best practices.
This webinar will discuss the journey of the new PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PBA) credential. PMI will present a summary of the research that supported the development of the credential, the key stakeholders in the development as well as the process that was followed and the validation of the product. We will also address the eligibility requirements, exam format, fees and CCR details, as well as details about the pilot and our 2014 schedule. PMI will discuss how the credential is a critical component of the new Requirements Management initiatives too.
« How to truly adapt agile principles in today’s product-centric, customer-focused enterprise »
The Agile Manifesto has been great for engineers, but has presented real challenges for business analysts and other stakeholders involved in the process of “define, build, test” for application development.
The problems addressed by the agile manifesto in 2001 still exist today, magnified by the changing landscape of product delivery:
- Time to market has dramatically shortened and complexity has increased
- Information is available and abundant but continues go undocumented and is lost
- Communications gaps widen due to geographically dispersed teams and department differences
- Customer needs require iterative communication yet continue go unmet
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And yet, our interpretation of the manifesto hasn’t changed in over a decade, despite the major changes to how we work and the environment around us.
So what does today’s agile look like? Do the values of the manifesto still apply? When did Agile become more about process and less about the mindset? How can we merge the intention of the manifesto with the new way we work? How can we evolve agile concepts to tackle the challenges of today in a new way?
Register and join this webinar at 7PM CET/France for an opportunity to rethink yesterday’s manifesto in a new light and deconstruct which concepts were winners and which still need to evolve. We’ll cover the four key tenants of Agile and how to approach them based on new technologies and mindsets around collaboration, social integration and complex systems engineering to find balance for everyone involved and improve your enterprise agility.
** Eligible for PDUs, CDUs. **