Live Webinar March 4th, 2015 – 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EST
Duration: 1 hour webinar Credits: 1 PDU Category A – Free PDU
Sponsored by: PMI Requirements Management CoP (REP #S055)
Organizations are becoming increasingly aware that no matter how well they manage projects, they won’t succeed if they don’t get the requirements right.
But what does it mean to have good requirements?
Is it creating a mountain of unnecessary paperwork? Is it a rejection of techniques that have served requirements practitioners well over the years? Where is the business analysis industry going?
Specifically, this presentation:
- Describes seven trends in the field of business analysis and why some of these trends are replacing time-honored traditions while others are not
- Describes four competencies that are needed to take advantage of these trends
- Discusses what this means for practitioners who do or manage business analysis work
Attendees will be able to discuss:
- The latest trends in business analysis
- Which trends are apt to last and which will fade
- What is needed to take advantage of these trends
This presentation addresses these hot topics in business analysis.
Presenter: Elizabeth Larson , (LinkedIn profile) PMP, CBAP CEO of Watermark Learning, Elizabeth has over 25 years of experience in business analysis, project management, training, and consulting. She is a frequent speaker at Business Analysis and Project Management conferences and co-author of the Practitioners’ Guide to Requirements Management, The Influencing Formula, and the CBAP Certification Study Guide (2nd Edition). Elizabeth is on the team that is developing the PMI-PBA Practice Guide, was a lead contributor to the BABOK® Guide Version 2.0, Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring, PMBOK® Guide – Fourth Edition (Collect Requirements), and is the content lead for Scope Management for the PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition. Elizabeth has been cited in CIO and PM Network and regularly contributes articles to BA times, Project Times, and Modern Analyst.
Note: You do have to be a PMI® member to register for this opportunity.
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