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Apresentação Institucional do IIBA

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Apresentação institucional do IIBA realizada por Marcelo Menezes Neves, Presidente do IIBA Rio de Janeiro Chapter, na reunião de kickoff do IIBA Porto Alegre Chapter.

Apresentação institucional do IIBA realizada por Marcelo Menezes Neves, Presidente do IIBA Rio de Janeiro Chapter, na reunião de kickoff do IIBA Porto Alegre Chapter.

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  • 1. Journey to Professional Excellence Cover this area with a picture related to your Chapter presentation. It can be humorous. Kick-off Make sure you look at the Notes Pages for September more information about how to use the 2010 template. © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 2. 2 Marcelo Menezes Neves Marcelo is business analyst with over 15 years of experience as a Developer, Business Analyst, Trainer, Manager and Project Manager. Marcelo, in addition to being the President of IIBA – Rio de Janeiro Chapter, is also writing a new book for the IIBA called Managing Business Analysts, which will be available in the fall of 2010.
  • 3. 3 Agenda Overview of IIBA Vision and Mission Goals Journey What is Business Analysis? Value of Membership Starting Your Chapter © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 4. 4 Vision and Mission The world's leading association for Vision Business Analysis professionals Develop and maintain standards for Mission the practice of business analysis and for the certification of its practitioners IIBA is an international not-for-profit professional association for business analysis professionals © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 5. 5 IIBA ® Goals Create and develop awareness and recognition of the value and contribution of the role of the Business Analysis Professional Define the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®) Publicly recognize qualified practitioners through an internationally acknowledged certification program Provide forums for knowledge sharing Advance the practices of business analysis within organizations Define a roadmap for professional growth and development © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 6. 6 Guiding Principles Members First Helping business do business better Give what you can so you can get what you Adaptability over need stability Think globally, act Transparency in our locally operations Chapters, our storefront Progress over perfection to the local community Collaboration Methodology Agnostic Win-Win © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 7. 7 Business Analysis “Business Analysis is the set of tasks and techniques used to work as a liaison among stakeholders in order to understand the structure, policies, and operations of an organization, and recommend solutions that enable the organization to achieve its goals.” © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 8. 8 Business Analysis Business Analysis – is about meeting business needs ensuring investment in the right solutions Answers the critical questions Why the organization exists How an organization works What are its goals and objectives How it accomplishes those objectives How it needs to change to better accomplish objectives or to meet new challenges © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 9. 9 IIBA ® Journey–Key Milestones Event Date Inaugural meeting October 2003 Official Founding / 1st AGM March 2004, Toronto BABOK® v1.4 / 3rd AGM October 2005 BABOK® v1.6 July 2006 Incorporation May 2006, Canada 1st CBAP® exam November 2006 CBT version of CBAP® exam September 2008 BABOK® v2.0 March 2009 CBAP® exam for v2.0 August 2009 Corporate Membership Program November 2009 Global Membership February 2010 © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 10. 10 IIBA Journey – Growth What have we done and where are we going? July Dec March June Jan May 2006 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 Members 2,300 8,000 9,020 10,115 12,000 12, 400 Chapters 42 81 83 84 89 91 Countries 36 60 60 61 63 63 Dec Dec March June Jan May 2007 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 CBAP’s 230 482 510 523 827 943 © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 11. Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® Knowledge Areas Purpose Business Analysis Determine what we need to do Planning & Monitoring Enterprise Analysis Understand the business problem & scope of possible solutions Elicitation Find out what the real needs of our stakeholders are Requirements Analysis Describe the characteristics & qualities of the solution the meets the stakeholder needs Solutions Assessment Determine whether a particular & Validation solution is right for our stakeholders Requirements Ensure that stakeholders agree Management & on what needs to be delivered Communications © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 12. 12 The Certification Program Designations Recognize individuals with intermediate and advanced knowledge and qualifications. Certification of Competency in Business Analysis™ (CCBA™) New, intermediate certification – launch end of 2010 Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) Existing, senior certification The Program Certification program designed around global standards (ISO 17024) -Note: Education Provider certifications will not be recognized as a substitute to IIBA certification © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 13. 13 To Qualify for the Exams Certification of Competency in Business Analysis™ (CCBA™) Minimum 3,750 hours of BA work, aligned with the BABOK® Guide, in the last 7 years. These hours must include EITHER: 900 hours in 2 out of 6 BABOK® Guide Knowledge Areas, OR 500 hours in 4 out of 6 BABOK® Guide Knowledge Areas Minimum 21 hours of Professional Development in the last 4 years Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) Five years work experience in past 10 years or 7500 hours of experience Experience in 4 out of 6 knowledge areas Minimum 21 hours of Professional Development in the last 4 years © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 14. 14 Value of IIBA Membership © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 15. 15 Chapters Storefront to the Local Community Chapters provide a channel to the local community by supporting personal relationships with IIBA members and delivering local representation of the IIBA brand Source: IIBA Guiding Principles © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 16. 16 Chapters We Couldn’t Do It Without You! While the world is becoming more "virtualized", we still need to reach out to our members and local communities Chapters provide that personalized touch to local practitioners and keep the international organization apprised of local realities Source: IIBA Guiding Principles © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 17. 17 Value of Chapter Membership Networking with other business analysis professionals Mentoring opportunities Informational speakers on relevant topics Exposure to tools and techniques CBAP® study groups Professional development © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 18. 18 Starting your Chapter At this kick-off meeting, identify if there is interest in creating a chapter Review petition process to the IIBA Select temporary chairperson for the Chapter Discuss next steps Confirm level of interest Need a minimum 15 IIBA members in good standing Exchange contact information Determine next meeting logistics © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 19. 19 Starting your Chapter Complete Chapter petition and Chapter bylaws Develop bylaws to meet provisions of IIBA bylaws (chapter 6 of chapter start-up kit) Incorporate local jurisdictional rules for setting up your organization as a not-for-profit professional association Obtain a letter of assurance from a lawyer that chapter bylaws adhere to laws of jurisdiction Agree and sign affiliation agreement Agree and sign license agreement (in process) Petition IIBA for Chapter recognition © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 20. 20 2010 Chapter Theme Supporting the Growth and Development of an International Community of Chapters To lend a hand to Chapters to: Deliver value to their community of members, sponsors and area businesses Build a world-wide network of viable and collaborative professional organizations © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 21. Support for Your Journey Chapter Council and Regional Forums Participating in regular scheduled conference calls with other chapters On-Boarding and Mentoring Processes Receiving guidance as you continue to represent the IIBA and the business analysis profession Chapter Practice Kits Sharing best practices for recruiting leaders, members and sponsors; planning events, PDDs, and study groups Benefits and Valuable IIBA Services BABOK® CBAP® Webinars Newsletter Job Postings Conferences On-line Competency Individual, Global, Associate Communities Model Corporate Members Certification
  • 22. © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 23. 23 www.theiiba.org | info@theiiba.org Marcelo Neves marcelo.neves@brazil.theiiba.org Tracy Cook Chapter Development Manager Tracy.Cook@theiiba.org © International Institute of Business Analysis

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