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This month’s webinar is a listener call-in show about starting, keeping and progressing your career as a Business Analyst. You can ask our panel to share their expertise on entering the business ...

This month’s webinar is a listener call-in show about starting, keeping and progressing your career as a Business Analyst. You can ask our panel to share their expertise on entering the business analysis profession, gaining recognition for the value you deliver, and advancing to the next level. Our panel consists of three experts in BA careers: Laura Brandenburg, Rick Clare and Laura Kesner.



Laura Brandenburg: In September, Laura joined us for a very popular webinar on Creating a Top-notch Business Analyst Resume. She is a practicing BA, founder of Clear Springs Business Analysis and author of How to Start a Business Analyst Career. She is also an active blogger, public speaker and educator on many aspects of Business Analysis.



Rick Clare: Rick is Chair of the IIBA® Best Practices in BA Management Committee and is heading the initiative to develop the IIBA Book Managing Business Analysts, to be published in 2010.



Dr. Laura Kesner: A Senior Business Analyst working in the public sector, Laura has over 10 years of experience in business process improvement, requirements elicitation, modeling, enterprise analysis, and, most recently, assisting with product backlog development on SCRUM projects. She obtained her Ph.D. in Human Factors, holds a master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, a Professional Certificate in Business Analysis, and is a Certified Product Owner and Certified Business Analysis ProfessionalTM (CBAP®) recipient.

This webinar is open to both IIBA members and non-members.

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IIIBA Interactive Webinar: The BA Career Path - Becoming, Being and Building IIIBA Interactive Webinar: The BA Career Path - Becoming, Being and Building Presentation Transcript

  • The BA Career Path  Cover this area with a picture related to your Becoming presentation. It can be humorous. Being  Make sure you look at the Notes Pages for more information and about how to use the template. Building © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • The BA Career Path  Cover this area with a picture related to your Becoming presentation. It can be humorous. Being  Make sure you look at the Notes Pages for more information and about how to use the template. Building © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 3 Topic: The BA Career Path  This is a listener call-in show about starting, keeping and progressing your career as a Business Analyst.  Ask our panel for their expertise on:  entering the business analysis profession,  gaining recognition for the value you deliver, and  advancing to the next level. © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 4 Julian Sammy IIBA® Head of New Media   Host of the IIBA ® Webinar Series  Head of the IIBA ® New Media Group  Experienced Project BA, SME, COE Manager, and Enterprise BA  Writing “The Dangerous Question”, a synthesis of BA practice and theory  Teach BA courses in Planning, Analysis and Stakeholders © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 5 Housekeeping  Question box  Type your questions, and tell us if you have a microphone or are on a phone • “Callers” will be answered first  Ask questions through Twitter • Use “@juliansammy #IIBAwebinar [message]” • Your queries will be shown in realtime  We will answer questions in the appro- priate section of the show (next slide) © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 6 Outline  Part 0: Introduction  Part 1: Building a BA Career  Part 2: Becoming a BA  Part 3: Being a BA  Part 4: Conclusion © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 7 IIBA ® 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 analysts. © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 8 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
  • 9 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 Progress over storefront to the local perfection community Collaboration Methodology Agnostic Win-Win © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 10 Laura Brandenburg IIBA® Career Center  Product Manager  Focus: Becoming  Business Analyst Consultant / Contractor  Business Analysis Author • Bridging-the-Gap (blog) • How to Start a BA Career (eBook)  BA hiring manager (former) © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 11 Dr. Laura Kesner VP Member Services, Denver   Focus: Being  A Senior BA working in the public sector, Laura has over 10 years of experience in Business Analysis. She obtained her Ph.D. in Human Factors, holds a master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, a Professional Certificate in Business Analysis, and is a Certified Product Owner and CBAP ® recipient. © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 12 Rick Clare  IIBA ® Committee Chair, Best Practices in BA Management  Heading the initiative to develop the book Managing Business Analysts, the second IIBA publication  Has experience in development, project management and business analysis  Currently the BA Practice Director at PM Centers USA  Spend 17 years in the Army © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 13 How to Participate  Join our conversation:  If you know who you  Ask to be on the air want to answer, please  Use the Question box to note the expert: state your question  Confirm you have a  Laura Brandenberg microphone or are on the  Resumes, career telephone development, BA  Twitter @juliansammy with hashtag #IIBAwebinar  Rick Clare  Tweets will roll throughout  Chair, Best Practices the presentation; in Managing BAs “@juliansammy #IIBAwebinar What should my manager  Dr. Laura Kesner measure me on?” will scroll on screen, live.  BA in a senior role  Ask a text question  Extensive education  Use the Question box to state your question © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 14 www.theiiba.org | community.theiiba.org | info@theiiba.org julian.sammy@theiiba.org © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 15 Call for Volunteers Presenters:   We want you to share your expertise and experience. What do you want to give to your community? Hosts:   Are you passionate about a BA topic? This webinar series is one of many, and they all need hosts. © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 16 New Webinar Series: Meet the CEO  IIBA is excited to announce a new monthly webinar series for members starting in January 2010. On the first Tuesday of every month Kathleen Barret, President and CEO, will discuss current IIBA activities. This will be an opportunity for members to pose questions directly to Kathleen to better understand the initiatives of the association.  This webinar is open to all IIBA members and will typically run for 30 minutes, depending on the length of the address by Kathleen, as well as audience participation.  To attend the webinar you will need to register. The details will be sent in an e-bulletin and noted in the newsletter.  We hope you will join us for this new monthly webinar series, and we look forward to hearing from you. © International Institute of Business Analysis
  • 17 Next Webinar: Direction 2010  Précis:  Discover and discuss the IIBA direction for 2010 and beyond. Topics will include the new Competency Model, BABOK Extensions, Publications and more.  When:  Tuesday, January 19, 2010  12 pm to 1 pm ET (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)  Who:  Panel: • Kathleen Barret, President and CEO • Kevin Brennan, VP Professional Development  Host: • Julian Sammy, Head of New Media  Register now at www.theiiba.org © International Institute of Business Analysis