In business it is all about measurement. If something can’t be measured it is deemed unimportant or relegated to “cost” status. Anything put in the “cost” bucket has no chance to grow or prosper, especially in the current economic climate. For the Business Analyst position to grow in respect and requirement within a business, measurement tools must be established.
Currently, there are no generally accepted standards for measuring the success for failure of a BA. In this web seminar we will discuss what measurement tools could be established and what tools organizations are currently using “out in the wild” to measure their BA performance. The goal is to give you a concert idea on how to start developing a BA measurement solution to validate you or your team’s success and worth. The ultimate goal is to push the IIBA to drive the development of generally accepted measuring tools for the BA position.
You will learn:
·Reasons why measurement in business is important
·Why it is critical the BA role doesn’t get lumped into the “cost” bucket
·Potential tools for measuring BA performance
·Options that other organizations are currently using in the wild
·Ideas on how to start implementing a measurement solution
·Importance of IIBA support in driving measurement standards