Business Analysis Webinars for July 2017

     

From Data to Decision — A Guide to Data Analytics

Presented by Anne Foley, LSSMBB, PMP, Author, Training Consultant at Corporate Education Group

 

As technology continues to saturate our world; data collection and analysis is a highly sought after skillset. “Show me the data,” is almost as popular of a request as “show me the money.”  In many cases, the two are connected. Solving problems, improving processes, increasing sales and satisfying customers are just a few of the side effects of accurate data collection and analysis; and it’s not just for number crunchers. Everyone can navigate the data collection and analysis culture with a few simple tips and techniques from this webinar. Making good decisions and solving problems the first time should not rely on “luck.”  We’ll show you a better way.

 

Learning objectives include:

·        Four essential questions to answer with data

·        Apples to apples data collection

·        Three basic ways to narrow the focus

·        Dos and Do Nots of presenting the findings

 

 Audience: Public

Date/Time: Tuesday, July 18, 2017; 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT

Host: Corporate Education Group    @CorpEdGroup

Cost: Free

Registration:   Corp Ed Group Public Webinar Registration

 

 

 

  

Agile Process Design

Presented by Michael Boyle, Head of Procurro Solutions

 

How are processes developed today and where does the customer fall within your processes? Is the customer simply a participant in your internal processes, or is her desired outcome your focus? Do you use automation to facilitate design and adherence? What about collaboration with the employees who know the processes the best; those performing the work? 
 

In this webinar, we describe Agile Process Design and why this approach is transformative for a Business Analyst. 
 

Key topics that will be discussed in this webinar include:
 

·        An introduction to Agile

·        How processes are usually developed

·        Agile Process Design and why this is a different approach  

·        Why we need to look at process design differently

·        The role technology plays as both a disruptor and an enabler

·        The role of Business Analysis, and how this is a change from the traditional role

·        Examples of processes designed in an agile way 

 

Objectives: 
 

·        Learn the importance of Agile process design

·        Learn an alternative view of the Business Analysis role

·        Understand the shift from documentation to facilitation

·        Understand the importance of empowerment and accountability of your key stakeholders

·        Learn methods to create processes that are more goal-oriented.

 

Audience: Public

Date/Time: Tuesday, July 18, 2017; 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT

Host: International Institute of Business Analysis    @IIBA

Cost: Free

Registration:   IIBA Public Webinar Registration

 

 

 

 

Inside Effective Business Requirements Documentation

Presented by Rob Stewart, Senior Consultant, IAG Consulting

 

This session is a deep dive into requirements documentation issues showing examples of good documentation practices, and samples of materials that only look good on the surface, but have significant buried problems.

 

Learning Objectives:

1.      Know what material must be present in high quality requirements documentation.

2.      See how documentation defects impact project performance.

3.      Learn how to simplify your strategy for documentation by focusing on the right information at the right time.

 

Audience: Public

Date/Time: Wednesday, July 19, 2017; 10:00 am – 11:00 am EDT

Host; IAG Consulting    @IAGConsulting

Cost: Free

Registration:   IAG Consulting Public Webinar Registration

 

 

 

 

FranklinCovey’s 7 Habits® Seminar—Free Online Session  

Presented by Eileen Land, E-Learning Strategist, Senior Consultant at FranklinCovey

 

Create lifetime success with the 7 Habits®

Get a powerful introduction to the highly popular, hands-on seminar, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®, based on the international bestseller. In this complimentary online session, discover how the 7 Habits® can help you to lead yourself more effectively, engage and collaborate with others more successfully, and continually renew these capabilities. Your team and organization can also learn and harness these qualities for maximum results.

If you’ve ever wondered if the 7 Habits® are right for you, or just want to learn more, don’t miss this introduction to the world’s premier leadership development solution.

 

What You Will Learn

 

·        Why the 7 Habits® are relevant in the 21st century

·        What “effectiveness” means in an ever-changing, chaotic world 

·        How to grow our personal capabilities and interpersonal relationships

·        How our paradigms affect our ability to achieve what matters most to us  

·        The importance of self-renewal in creating and sustaining results

 

Attending this program is COMPLIMENTARY, but reservations are required.

 

Audience: Public

Date/Time: Wednesday, July 19, 2017; 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EDT

Host: American Management Association    @AMAnet

Cost: Free

Registration:   AMA Public Webcast Registration

 

 

 

 

How SAFe is Your Project?

Presented by: Denise Canty

 

In this webinar, we will discuss the 4 levels of the Scaled Agile Framework v4 and demonstrate why this methodology results in a high levels of value delivery to the customer.

 

Audience: Public

Date/Time: Thursday, July 20, 2017; 11:00 am – 12:30 pm EDT

Host: IT Metrics and Productivity Institute    @ITMPI

Cost: Free

Registration:   ITMPI Public Webinar Registration

 

 

 

 

Applying the Business Value Management Life Cycle

Presented by Jacqueline Sanders-Blackman, CBAP, PMP, SAFe Agilist (SA), B2T Training

 

In today’s development environment, teams are converting to agile in record numbers. However, not everyone is on the bandwagon. There are still a significant number of teams who are sticking with the tried and true traditional development approaches. No matter which side of the methodology fence they are on, teams are faced with a common problem: How can we be sure we are building the right things that have the highest business value at the micro and macro level?

This business value management conversation is one that transcends development approach. It’s the common denominator that determines if you are spending time and money on the right components of your solution.

This session describes a set of techniques for stakeholders and team members to make sure the right conversations are happening at the right time, regardless of your approach. It is important to get these conversations right; some will result in very difficult business decisions. During the session, we will simulate a series of value management conversations and determine the right questions that need to be asked and answered, and the resulting decisions that need to be made. We will also discuss how to establish a method to measure your progress as you demonstrate the value being delivered.

 

Roadmap

 

·        Determine the right things to build and in what order

·        Ensure the value conversation is happening at the right time

·        Measure that the value delivered matches the conversations

  

Audience: Public

Date/Time: Friday, July 21, 2017; 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EDT

Host: B2T Training    @B2T_Training

Cost: Free

Registration:   B2T Training Webinar Registration


 

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