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    • 1. Journey to Professional Excellence
      Rochester Chapter Overview of IIBA
    • 2. Agenda
      Overview of IIBA
      Vision and Mission
      Goals
      Journey
      What is Business Analysis?
      Value of Membership
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    • 3. Vision and Mission
      Vision
      The world's leading association for
      Business Analysis professionals
      Develop and maintain standards for the practice of business analysis and for the certification of its practitioners
      Mission
      IIBA is an international not-for-profit professional association for business analysis professionals
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    • 4. 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
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    • 5. 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.”
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    • 6. 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
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    • 7. IIBA Journey – Growth
      IIBA started in 2003
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    • 8. Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®
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    • 9. Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®
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    • 10. 10
      The Certification Program
      • Designations
      • 11. Recognize individuals with intermediate and advanced knowledge and qualifications.
      • 12. Certification of Competency in Business Analysis™ (CCBA™)
      • 13. New certification – now accepting applications
      • 14. Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®)
      • 15. Existing, senior certification
      • 16. The Program
      • 17. Certification program designed around global standards (ISO 17024)
      • 18. Note: Education Provider certifications will not be recognized as a substitute to IIBA certification
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    • 19. 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
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    • 20. The Exam
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      - 150 Multiple Choice Questions
      • - Four Possible Answers
      • 21. - Content Breakdown
      • 22. 19% BA Planning & Monitoring
      • 23. 14% Elicitation
      • 24. 16% Requirements Management & Communication
      • 25. 15% Enterprise Analysis
      • 26. 19% Requirements Analysis
      • 27. 16% Solution Assessment & Validation
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    • 28. Application Submission & Approval
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      • - Submit Application
      $125 Application Fee
      • - After Approval, One Year to pass the exam
      $325 Exam Fee (for IIBA Members)
      $450 Exam Fee for non-members
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    • 29. Value of IIBA Membership
      Recognition by a Professional Association
      • Use of membership logo
      • 30. Membership card and certificate
      Contribute to the Viability & Growth of the BA Profession
      Networking
      • Online forums
      • 31. Chapters
      Resources:
      Discounts
      • BABOK® Publications
      • 37. CBAP® Certifications
      • 38. Conferences
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    • 39. Rochester Chapter
      Chaptered chapter in 2009
      Past Meeting topics:
      Use Case Overview
      “Communication Modeling for Personal and Professional Excellence” by Ernest Hicks, Manager, Xerox Corporate Diversity Office
      “Authoring Requirements in an agile world” by Blueprint showing the connection between requirements, use cases and UI
      “Bringing software requirements to life” – Borland showing the connection between process flows and UI
      “Visualization of Requirements” iRise showing the connection between requirements and UI
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    • 40. Value of Chapter Membership
      Networking with other business analysis professionals
      Mentoring opportunities
      Informational speakers on relevant topics
      Exposure to tools and techniques
      BABOK® study groups
      Professional development
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    • 41. Rochester Chapter: CBAP BABOK®Study Group Objectives
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      - Learn the BABOK® v2.0 structure and knowledge areas
      - Prepare participants for the CBAP® exam through individual and cooperative group study
      - Clarify concepts presented in the BABOK®
      - Provide additional information about BA skills and techniques for further study
      - The BABOK®study group is not:
      A forum for discussing terminology or methodologies outside the BABOK®
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      www.theiiba.org
      Rochester Chapter:
      http://rochesterny.theiiba.org/
      Phyllis Carroll, PMP
      Vice-President of Finance
      Jerry Rabideau
      Vice-President of Technology