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  • 1.  
  • 2. AGENDA
    • What is the IIBA?
    • Who is the Business Analyst
    • IIBA Body of Knowledge
    • Accreditation
    • Our Successes & Challenges
  • 3. The IIBA Vision
    • “ To be the leading world-wide professional association that develops & maintains standards for the practice of business analysis & for the certification of practitioners.”
  • 4. Who We Are The IIBA is an international non-profit professional association for business analysis professionals.
  • 5. A Brief History
    • Inaugural meeting held October 2003:
    • March 2, 2004, First AGM
    • April 7, 2005, Second AGM
      • Release first version of the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge
      • Elect Secretary, VP Marketing & Communications
      • Review and approve amendments to the Constitution and Bylaws
  • 6. The IIBA Organization
  • 7. Our Commitment
    • The IIBA will:
      • Define the business analysis profession by providing certification & accreditation to its members,
      • Unifying its practitioners,
      • Creating a voice for the profession as a whole.
  • 8. IIBA Operational Vision
    • Create and develop awareness and recognition of the value and contribution of the role of the Business Analyst
    • Define the Body of Knowledge
    • Provide a forum for knowledge sharing and contribution to the Body of Knowledge
    • Identify the required skills and competencies of a qualified Business Analyst
  • 9. IIBA Operational Vision
    • Define training and professional development standards
    • Publicly recognize and certify qualified Business Analysts
    • Build the image and identity of the IIBA as the recognized professional association for Business Analysts
  • 10. The IIBA Value Proposition
    • Participate in shaping the profession of Business Analysis that is recognized globally and certified based on ISO standards
      • Career development and enhancement based on global recognition
    • Share and leverage Best Practices identified from organizations from across the world
    • Meet and interact with peers representing both public and private sector organizations
  • 11. What is a Business Analyst?
    • “ Business Analysts are responsible for identifying the business needs of their clients and stakeholders to help determine solutions to business problems.”
    • The Business Analyst is responsible for:
      • Requirements development &
      • Requirements management .
    • Specifically,
      • Elicits,
      • Analyzes,
      • Validates and Documents;
        • Business,
        • Organizational and/or
        • Operational requirements.
  • 12. What is a Business Analyst?
    • Solutions are NOT predetermined by the Business Analyst, but are driven solely by the requirements of the business .
    • Solutions often include a systems development component , but may also consist of process improvement or organizational change .
  • 13. What is a Business Analyst?
    • The Business Analyst is a key facilitator within an organization, acting as a bridge between the client, stakeholders and the solution team.
    • Business analysis is distinct from financial analysis, project management, quality assurance, organizational development, testing, training and documentation development.
      • However, depending on an organization, an individual Business Analyst may perform some or all of these related functions.
  • 14. IIBA Body of Knowledge Requirements Planning & Management Requirements Gathering Requirements Implementation Requirements Analysis & Documentation Requirements Communications Enterprise Analysis Fundamentals Knowledge Areas
  • 15. Business Analysis BOK Chapter 1 - Introduction 1.1 What is the BA BOK 1.2 Purpose of the BA BOK 1.3 Defining the Business Analysis Profession 1.4 Core concepts of Business Analysis 1.5 Knowledge areas and the layout of this guide
  • 16. Chapter 8 – Underlying Fundamentals 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Communication Skills 8.3 Leadership Skills 8.4 Problem Solving Skills 8.5 Business Knowledge 8.6 IT Knowledge 8.7 References Business Analysis BOK Chapter 3 – Requirements Planning & Management 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Understand team roles for this project 3.3 Identify and describe stakeholders 3.4 Define BA work division strategy 3.5 Define requirements risk approach 3.6 Determine planning considerations 3.7 Select requirements activities 3.8 Estimate requirements activities 3.9 Manage requirements scope 3.10 Measure & report on requirements activity 3.11 Manage requirements change 3.12 References Chapter 4 – Requirements Gathering 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Managing the gathering process 4.3 Managing requirements conflicts 4.4 Approaches or techniques to gathering requirements 4.5 Completeness of the requirements 4.6 Consensus or sign-off 4.7 References Chapter 5 – Requirements Analysis & Documentation 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Categorize requirements 5.3 Technique: Categorize requirements 5.4 Analyze requirements 5.5 Technique: Usage model 5.6 Technique: Process/Flow model 5.7 Technique: Data and behavior model 5.8 Determine requirements attributes 5.9 Document requirements 5.10 Structure requirements for traceability 5.11 Verify requirements 5.12 References Chapter 2 – Enterprise Analysis 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Describe the business environment 2.3 Describe the requirements scope 2.4 Assess feasibility 2.5 References Chapter 6 – Requirements Communication 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Determine appropriate requirements presentation format 6.3 Create requirements package 6.4 Present requirements 6.5 Conduct a formal requirements review 6.6 Obtain consensus and signoff of requirements 6.7 References Chapter 7 – Requirements Implementation 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Develop alternate solutions 7.3 Evaluate technology options 7.4 Facilitate the selection of a solution 7.5 Design a usable application 7.6 Support the Quality Assurance process 7.7 Support the solution implementation 7.8 Communicate the solution impacts 7.9 References
  • 17. Business Analysis BOK Chapter 9 - Glossary 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Terms
  • 18. Accreditation
    • The Accreditation Framework sub-committee formed in October of 2004.
    • The Accreditation Framework subcommittee's objectives are to:
      • Outline an accreditation and certification process for obtaining Business Analyst Certification
      • Define the accreditation and certification requirements that any Business Analyst will need to meet to be awarded IIBA Business Analyst Certification.
      • Define the supporting policies and procedures that will govern the accreditation and certification program
  • 19. Accreditation
    • Current state
    • The subcommittee has “drafted” the following components of the Candidate Handbook:
      • The Candidate Handbook Table of Contents
      • A high level Certification process (a process flow diagram)
      • The Candidate Checklist , which outlines candidate tasks required for Certification.
      • The Professional in Business Analysis (PBA) Code of Conduct and Ethics
  • 20. Accreditation
  • 21. Accreditation
  • 22. Accreditation
    • Create and Conduct Job Analysis Survey to validate and determine BA tasks
    • Begin developing Test Database
    • Determine test framework from survey analysis
    • Identify Test Consultant
    • Create Test Blueprint
    • Create Test Instrument
    • Conduct Beta Test of Certification Exam
    • Finalize Certification Test
    ISO 17024
  • 23. Membership
    • IIBA Members receive the following benefits:
      • Networking opportunities with fellow Business Analysis professionals,
      • Opportunity to influence and contribute to the profession and service of Business Analysis,
      • Access to forums for sharing your expertise, expressing your professional opinion, and building a reputation within the industry and 
      • Personal Use of Membership Logo and Trademark as a "Member of the International Institute of Business Analysis™" .
  • 24. Chapters
    • Chapters advance the mission and objectives of the IIBA by promoting professional standards and practices at the local level .
    • Ongoing professional development is a key benefit to membership and is supported at the chapter level through activities , meetings, and educational programs
  • 25. Corporate Sponsor
    • Values the benefit of Business Analysis
    • Three Levels:
      • Gold - $5,000 per year
        • 75 free IIBA memberships and 30% discount on additional members
      • Silver - $3,000 per year
        • 40 free IIBA memberships and 20% discount on additional members
      • Bronze - $1,200 per year
        • 15 free IIBA memberships and 15% discount on additional members
    *Single Registration and renewal date per sponsor
  • 26. Corporate Chapter Sponsor
    • Values the benefit of Business Analysis
    • Hosts the Chapter meetings
    • Four Levels:
      • $5,000 per year
        • 100 free IIBA memberships and 50% discount on additional members
      • $4,000 per year
        • 75 free IIBA memberships and 45% discount on additional members
      • $2,750 per year
        • 50 free IIBA memberships and 40% discount on additional members
      • $2,000 per year
        • 40% discount on all memberships
    *Single Registration and renewal date per sponsor
  • 27. 2004 – Successes and Challenges
    • A few Statistics
    • Membership
      • Worldwide - 650
      • Our newest addition to the family - Ottawa - 46
    • Countries
      • Canada, Chile, India, Iran, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, UK, US
    • Growth – 30% since December 2004
  • 28. 2004 – Successes and Challenges
    • A few Statistics
    • Local Chapters
      • Winnipeg, Manitoba;
      • Boston, Massachusetts;
      • Ottawa, Ontario
    • Special Events –
      • Toronto BA World, New England Summit for PMs & BAs, Vancouver BA World, Toronto Networking event
  • 29. 2004 – Successes and Challenges
    • Defined the role of a Business Analysis Professional
    • Released the first version of the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge
    • Issued draft Certification Process and Framework
  • 30. 2005 – What’s Next?
    • Membership Goal - 1500 (at least) by year end
    • Chapter Membership Goal – 8
      • Vancouver / Victoria
      • Des Moines
      • Atlanta
      • Phoenix
    • Version 2 of the BOK
    • Version 1 of the Certification Process and Framework
    • Draft Assessment – approach and structure
  • 31. 2005 – What’s Next?
    • Special Events - 5
      • Toronto, Washington, New England, Orlando, Vancouver, Montreal
    • Networking Events – 7 (5 yet to be scheduled)
      • April 21 st – Ottawa Chapter kick-off
      • May 12 th – Calgary, Alberta
      • May 24 th – 26 th – Vancouver & Victoria
    • Communications
      • Members only section on the web site with discussion forums for idea exchange
  • 32. THANK YOU! Your Future is our “ Requirement ”