Looking Forward In 2009

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IIBA®: Looking Forward to 2009

Presented by Kathleen Barret, IIBA President
Tuesday, March 3, 2009 at 12 noon to 1 p.m. AND 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. EST (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

Join IIBA® President Kathleen Barret as she discusses the association's plans for 2009, "The Year of the Brand." This is your opportunity to learn about the goals and projects IIBA® is working on this year. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.

This webinar was open to both IIBA® members and non-members.

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  • association's plans for 2009, "The Year of the Brand." This is your opportunity to learn about the goals and projects IIBA® is working on this year.
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    What do we stand for?3
    For those of you who are just learning about the International Institute of Business Analysis, IIBA is an international not-for-profit professional association for business analysts.
    Read: Vision Statement
    Read: Mission Statement
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    Sell our strategy to the audience5
    Make the world aware of the BA, and appreciate the BA.
    IIBA is:
    Independent
    Not-for-profit association
    Biggest promoter of the value of BAs.
    Define the profession and the professional
    Business Analysis Body of Knowledge
    Standards of practice.
    Currently accepted skills and competencies
    Basis of the CBAP Certification Program
    CBAP Certification Program
    Recognize individual experience and skill
    Standards for Training / Education
    Standards for Professional Development
    Help BAs help each other
    International forums for knowledge sharing
    Local Chapters for personal networking and learning
  • Road in Canada
  • Looking Forward In 2009

    1. 1. © International Institute of Business Analysis™  Cover this area with a picture related to your presentation. It can be humorous.  Make sure you look at the Notes Pages for more information about how to use the template. IIBA® : Looking Forward in 2009 The Year of the Brand
    2. 2. Agenda  Who we are  Accomplishments in 2008  2009 © International Institute of Business Analysis™
    3. 3. 33© International Institute of Business Analysis™ Vision and Mission Develop and maintain standards for 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. Vision The world's leading association for Business Analysis professionals Mission
    4. 4. 44© International Institute of Business Analysis™ IIBA Goals  Strategic Goal Create and develop awareness & recognition of the value & 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 a forum for knowledge sharing  Operational Goal Ensure the long term viability of the organization  Enable sustainable growth to support the establishment of the IIBA as a worldwide organization  Ensure financial viability to support the implementation and sustainment of the IIBA operational and strategic priorities  Consistently demonstrate value of the organization to IIBA constituents
    5. 5. 5 IIBA Journey – Key Milestones  Inaugural meeting – October 2003  Official Founding / 1st AGM – March 2004 (in Toronto)  Version 1.4 BABOK® – October 2005  3rd AGM / Version 1.6 BABOK® – July 2006  Incorporation – May 2006 (Canada)  1st CBAP® exam – November 2006  CBT version of CBAP® exam – September 2008 © International Institute of Business Analysis™
    6. 6. IIBA Journey – Growth What have we done & where are we going? March 2004 March 2005 Dec 2005 July 2006 Feb 2009 Dec 2009 Members 37 181 1,091 2,300 9,022 15,000 Chapters 1 21 42 82 (60) 80 Countries 2 3 18 36 63 65 What have we done & where are we going? Jan 2007 Mar 2007 Apr 2007 Dec 2007 Feb 2009 Dec 2009 CBAP’s 16 19 37 230 510 800 © International Institute of Business Analysis™
    7. 7. Accomplishments in 2008  Products & Services  Developed monthly Webinars  Released the computer-based version of the CBAP exam  Enhanced the Job Board  Improved the web site navigation  Chapters  Established a Chapter Governance Committee  Restructured the Chapter Council  Technology  Moved to a new hosting provider  Completed initial implementation of the software platform (iMIS)  The Business  Formalized the business planning process  Brought on two new members to the Board  Hired a Business Analyst! © International Institute of Business Analysis™
    8. 8. 2009 – Year of the Brand  Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®) 2.0 will be released on March 31, 2009  Initial release as a PDF  Published version to be available later in the year  Official launch of the Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) exam based on BABOK® v2.0 is August 1, 2009  Final date to take the exam based on BABOK® v1.6 is July 31, 2009 © International Institute of Business Analysis™
    9. 9. 2009 –Year of the Brand Why? Addresses a key requirement from our members to educate their employers on their value and contribution Formally integrates and aligns IIBA’s growing portfolio of products and services Helps drive IIBA to the next level of success – members and revenue Directly supports IIBA’s strategic goals
    10. 10. 2009 –Year of the Brand How will we do it?  Develop new products and services  Formalize product manager role  Consolidate and shift Senior Leadership Team (SLT) portfolios and add new members  Add new full-time resource to focus on key decision makers
    11. 11. 2009 –Year of the Brand Products & Services – current  Membership – Individual  BABOK® – v1.6  CBAP® Certification – based on v1.6  Newsletters – one per month  Tips & Techniques – one per month  Webinars – one per month  Career Centre  Senior Leadership Team Blog  Sponsorship Program for providers of service to BAs  Endorsed Education Provider (EEP) program for providers of training to BAs  Advertising – website & newsletter
    12. 12. 2009 –Year of the Brand Products & Services – New in 2009  Membership  Global  Corporate  BABOK® v2.0  PDF  Hard copy publication  Wiki  CBAP®  Certification – based on BABOK® v2.0  Online Application  CIO Forums  Enhanced member profile  Directory of BA sites  Resource Library  New Media / Web 2.0  Podcasts  Forums  Wikis – member-only, public  Affinity Groups / Special Interest Groups  Additional webinars  Competency model  Advisory services
    13. 13. 2009 –Year of the Brand Product Management  Create a new SLT position – VP, Product Management  Formalize product management standards  Define and fill product manager roles  Coordinate activities of Product Managers  Work with Operating Groups to achieve revenues and volume targets Looking for Product Managers to support many of the new products for 2009
    14. 14. 2009 – Year of the Brand © International Institute of Business Analysis™ Elected by members Organization Structure – High Level Senior Leadership Team Currently comprised of BOD & appointed positions  Paid staff – 7  Volunteers – 100s+
    15. 15. 2009 –Year of the Brand Other key stuff  Chapters • Migrating chapter websites to the international platform standard • Formalizing the Chapter / international body business model • Assessing the cost of linking chapter membership registration with international  Formalizing business management processes • IT project intake and prioritization • Developing strategies for all operating units  Enhancing our Marketing and Communications capability
    16. 16. Next Webinar  Creating a Business Analysis Center of Excellence  When: Monday, March 16, 2009 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm E.S.T.  Who: Glenn Brule, IIBA VP Chapters  Discussion points:  Learn the fundamental guidelines for developing a business analysis practice within your organization  Learn to create a framework for performance standards  Develop a path to business analysis maturity and capability  Review resource management - creating and developing the team  Register now at www.theiiba.org © International Institute of Business Analysis™

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