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21 Septembre – Archamps (Savoie) #PMI ® – Séance d’information sur le Studygroup en Business Analysis

7 Sep

Chef de projet, venez découvrir une compétence fondamentale pour le succès de vos projets.

PMIFR_Logo-Pays-de-SavoieSéance d information gratuite

Mercredi 21 Septembre à 18:00 à Archamps (porte Sud de Genève)

  • Le PMI s’intéresse aux compétences des BA indispensables au chef de projet de demain. En effet le recueil et le design des exigences fait partie des éléments clé de succès des projets.
  • Le PMI ne s’y est pas trompé et propose aujourd’hui une certification spécifique PMI-PBA pour témoigner des compétences en Business Analyse dans le cadre de projets. Sans nul doute que cette certification va devenir à l’avenir très demandée, elle démarre aujourd’hui.

En conséquence, le pôle Pays de Savoie a lancé en 2016 un Study Group Business Analyse coordonné par un expert, Cédric Berger, volontaire du Pôle et organisateur du BAFS www.bafs2016.org.

De quoi s’agit-t-il ?

  • PMI PBACe Study Group n’est pas une formation mais un groupe d’étude en auto-apprentissage coordonné par le PMI Pôle de Savoie.
    Il repose sur l’autonomie, la responsabilité et la participation active de ses membres.
  • 2 séances par mois de 18h00 à 20h30 à ARCHAMPS (74)
  • Pour être lancé, le Study Group comprend au minimum 10 personnes (maximum15 personnes)Le Study Group a un double objectif :
    1. Découvrir les activités, les techniques et les outils de la Business Analyse
    2. Préparer la certification PMI-PBA® à partir du référentiel «Business Analysis for Practitioners» du PMI®
  • Lors de chaque séance, des questions similaires à l’examen seront étudiées.
  • Détails sur cette certification

    Détails sur cette certification

    Une séance est consacrée à la préparation du dossier.

  • Durant la dernière séance, nous organisons un examen blanc.
  • Animation bénévole, participation de 250 € pour le cycle (membres du PMI® Chapitre France), non membres 500 €.
    Cycle de 10 à 12 séances : 2 séances par mois de 18h00 à 20h30 à ARCHAMPS (74)
  • A noter que les documents et l’examen sont en Anglais, le Study Group est donc un mix d’Anglais et de Français.

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30 September – Webinar (APMG) – Best Practice for Business Analysts in an Agile world

2 Août

Effective business analysis skills are widely regarded in project management and product development circles as being critical in helping organizations to achieve their business goals.

Through analysis of the organization’s needs and the alignment of business projects to these needs, the business analyst’s role is to facilitate solutions to business problems. This may involve:

  • AgileBA HandbookStrategic analysis, modelling strategic themes and drivers
  • Business capability modelling – modelling what the business does (conceptual activity models), as opposed to how it does it (physical process models)
  • Process and value stream (value chain) mapping
  • Skills and competency mapping
  • Process re-definition / re-engineering
  • Data definition and events identification
  • Liaison between different business and technical disciplines
  • Requirements engineering
  • Discovery and definition of cost-effective, valuable solutions to business needs

The world of project management has changed significantly over recent years. Previously dominated by traditional, sequential, “waterfall” approaches, the profession is now seeing increasing numbers of individuals and organisations turning to Agile approaches for their projects.

With this boom in popularity of Agile approaches, and the recognition of the value that effective business analysis brings to projects, there is a need for clear and helpful guidance to support business analysts, particularly those operating in an Agile environment.

The ways of working of an Agile business analyst are somewhat different from those of the more traditional business analyst. Agile business analysis is about increasing the speed and frequency of delivery of business value to the stakeholders of the project or product being developed. It also emphasises working with the right stakeholders to target the product to deliver maximum value. The Agile approach also values learning and an evolutionary approach to requirements specification and fulfilment.

Effective business analysis skills are widely regarded in project management and product development circles as being critical in helping organizations to achieve their business goals.

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Join this webinar to learn about the AgileBA (Agile Business Analysis) Handbook – published by DSDM Consortium – which offers useful, practical and comprehensive guidance on the role of the business analyst working in an Agile way.

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The AgileBA® Handbook

26 Juil

The Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®) Handbook – published by DSDM Consortium – offers useful, practical and comprehensive guidance on the role of the business analyst working in an Agile way.

AgileBA HandbookIt also aims to give context to the business analyst role beyond the individual project, in relation to organisational mission and strategy, and to give additional depth and guidance for the business analyst role.

AgileBA highlights techniques that can help the Agile business analyst support the organization in the formulation and reviewing of its strategies. Even if the project-level Agile BA is not directly involved in defining the organization’s strategies, they need to understand the way strategy is formulated and the factors and forces which affect it. This will give them the perspective to ensure that the projects they are involved in have objectives that align with, and support, the organization’s strategic goals.

Business Analysis is crucial to the success and competitiveness of organizations in today’s rapidly-changing environment, enabling the timely delivery of high value, cost-effective solutions. As the project world continues to change, the BA role will continue to be an evolutionary role: embracing Agile is a significant part of this evolution.

The guidance is aimed at aspiring, new and existing Business Analysts, whether new to working in an agile environment or experienced in agile practices. It will also support project managers and product owners working with (or within) agile project teams and other practitioners looking to understand the value and role of business analysts on agile projects.

The handbook is also the official reference material for those undertaking accredited AgileBA training and Foundation & Practitioner level certification.

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21 July – London – PMI Agile and DSDM Forum

13 Juil

PMI Agile Forum in fellowship with DSDM on 21st of July at 6pm

Main speaker: Vic Page

Main speaker: Vic Page

This presentation, at a high level of abstraction, explores the fundamentals of the DSDM Agile Project Framework – since this is the framework upon which the advice, guidance and role definitions regarding the Agile Business Analyst is structured. The presentation will provide an overview of the role of Agile BA, the responsibilities as well as the skills and involvement in the context of other roles within an Agile project.

During this talk participants will be introduced with business models and structures coupled with techniques for competitive analysis, legal and regulatory compliance, strategic planning analysis and alignment.

Furthermore, at a high level, Vic will address several Agile practices related to; data gathering and modeling, life-cycle management, requirements management and traceability, scope management, time, budget and cost estimation.

Agenda

  • Registration & Networking: 18:00
  • Welcome & Introduction: 18:30
  • Presentation & Q&A: 18:40
  • Networking & Drinks: 20:00

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July 12 – Webinar (PMI®) – Rethink Requirements – The Natural Language Processing Approach

5 Juil

According to PMI’s Pulse of the Profession, “When projects do not meet their original goals and project objectives, inaccurate business analysis/requirements management is cited as the primary cause 47% of the time.”

And the increasing scale and complexity of projects is making it extremely difficult to assess and verify the project requirements. As a result – a huge amount of critical errors in project and systems development arise in the initial concept & design stages.

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In this presentation and workshop, we will focus on how harnessing automated computational tools utilizing Natural Language Processing can help project managers ensure their requirements are consistently clear & are a joy to work with.

These project managers, business analysts, engineers and by extension their clients, will benefit in the earliest stages of a project to ensure poorly written requirements do not infiltrate later project stages leading to reduced stress, increased confidence and higher project success.

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July 20 – Webinar (PMI®) – Recommend the Most Viable Option

27 Juin

How do you know which solution is best ?

So you have defined the problem or opportunity, have a good knowledge about your stakeholders, feel confident about your elicited requirements and have come up with a number of possible solutions.

Businessman Playing with Paper FortunetellerNow what?

How do you know which one is the best solution, and how can you insure that the decision process is thorough and unbiased?

In this webinar, we will go through the basic tenets of a business case. The business problem or opportunity, the analysis of the situation and probable solutions, the recommended solution and various techniques you can use as a Business Analyst to enable sponsors to make a sound selection.

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June 22 – Webinar (PMI®) – Business Analysis is a key component of an agile way of working

14 Juin

Agile Business Analysis

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Is analysis only required in a predictive approach?

If we cannot analyze our results, we cannot know if we are on the right track.

In this webinar, we describe what an agile approach is, when agile is appropriate, and why Business Analysis is a key component of an agile way of working.

The roles and responsibilities of an Agile Business Analyst are described, and we give examples of how specific tools and techniques are utilized in an agile way by Business Analysts to be effective.

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16-17 Juin – Paris – Agile France 2016

28 Mai

Découvrir, échanger et s’améliorer entre praticiens

Réservez votre place au plus vite !

Au programme cette année, voici quelques-unes des session prévues :

La grande conférence agile francophone, de la communauté pour la communauté

Agile France est une conférence qui offre un espace de respiration et d’oxygénation de nos pratiques, dans l’ambition de faire progresser la communauté sans être élitiste.

  • On y parle de méthodes agiles…
  • On y parle d’intelligence collective et de facilitation…
  • On y parle de motivation, d’émotions et de bien-être au travail…
  • On y parle de développement de logiciels, de technique, d’artisanat…
  • On y parle de produit, d’expérience utilisateur et d’innovation…
  • On y parle d’organisations, de gouvernance et de management…

…mais pas seulement. On y parle de soi, de ses expériences, de ses échecs, de ses idées. Et on ne parle pas de business.

Aperçu du panorama des Référentiels en Business Analyse réalisé par BAFS2016

25 Mai
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IQBBA

Ce syllabus définit le niveau de base (Niveau Fondation) pour devenir un Analyste Métier Certifié IBAQB  (CBA). IBAQB a développé ce programme en collaboration avec l’Association mondiale pour la qualité logicielle (GASQ).

IQBBA provides you with a certification scheme allowing to gather knowledge and skills necessary for improving your business.

Détails sur cette certification

Détails sur cette certification

PMI-PBA® 

Avec l’introduction de la certification PMI-PBA, le PMI officialise l’importance du travail des BA dans le monde de la gestion de projet. La certification PMI-PBA met en lumière la capacité des professionnels à travailler efficacement avec les différents intervenants pour définir leurs besoins business.

It’s time to become the certified expert your organization needs. If you work with stakeholders in defining requirements, shaping project outputs and driving intended business outcomes, the PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)® will spotlight your valuable skills.

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IREB

Le CPRE est un certificat personnel; il vise les individus qui œuvrent avec les exigences et qui ont des attentes élevées en termes de qualité.

L’IREB, pour International Requirements Engineering Board, une organisation à but non lucratif, est le fournisseur du schéma de certification Professionel Certifié en Ingénierie des Exigences (CPRE pour Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering). Le comité de l’IREB est composé de représentants reconnus en ingénierie des exigences, qui viennent de la science, de la recherche, de l’industrie et du conseil.

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Le BABOK 3.0

Le Guide du corpus de connaissances de l’analyse d’affaires appelé BABOK (Business Analysis Body of Knowledge) est le standard reconnu à l’échelle internationale en matière d’analyse d’affaires. Le BABOK est l’ouvrage de référence sur lequel les praticiens peuvent s’appuyer pour mener à bien leurs analyses d’affaires, la plupart du temps dans le cadre de projets liés au système d’information de l’entreprise.

Pour entrer dans les détails, participez à la prochaine conférence BAFS2016 le 3 juin à Genève. Découvrez le programme détaillé de cette édition 2016 : www.bafs2016.org

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June 7 – Webinar (PMI®) – Slashing Risks with User Experience Engineering (UX) Second Edition

24 Mai

Recent PMI Study calls Requirements Management a core competency for project and program success – and does so for a good reason.

User Experience47% of projects run into trouble due to incomplete or changing requirements & specifications, lack of user input or unrealistic expectations.

UX methods brought wild success to Apple, Google and other top players and it has been increasingly popular ever since.

But what most magazines don’t tell you is that it’s not just the Design part of UX that makes it so effective!

This is an expanded and updated version of popular session that ran on February 23, incorporating additional information based on your feedback.

Requirements Management is the single biggest risk for a majority of projects. According to PMI, 47% of initiatives that missed the mark did so because of requirements management. It’s truly is a core competency for project and program success.

Imagine your life without these risks. Little or no stakeholder management… Clarity around scope and direction… Stable, measurable requirements, completely aligned with business needs…

Design Thinking and UX brought wild success to Apple, Google and other top players and it has been increasingly popular ever since. But what most magazines don’t tell you is that it’s not just the Design part of UX that makes it so effective, it’s the new tools for Business Analysis.

Attend this webinar to learn about these extremely effective new Design Thinking tools and processes – for gaining accurate insights, discovering ‘missing’ requirements and hidden underlying problems.

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