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A central theme in nearly all projects is the importance of understanding the business behind the work effort. The idea of Business Process Management is critical for the BA role because it provides a framework to map and manage the organization’s business processes. It starts at a basic level, answering the question of how we are operating today. Understanding the current state allows for a common starting point across functional areas of the organization to drive efficiencies, reduce defects, and eliminate disparate processes. This can be achieved through process change, or through the use of BPM software to automate process workflows.
Speaker Kyle Becker
Kyle is a Senior Business Systems Analyst with D+H in Lake Mary, and currently serves on the Professional Development Committee for our IIBA Central Florida Chapter.
He has practiced as a Business Analyst for 12 years, mostly in the financial services technology industry. As a BA, he has worked within the IT organization, Project Management Office organization, and also in a decentralized role directly in the line of business. He has experience in projects ranging from system conversions, release upgrades, base development, major system modifications, process improvements, to smaller functional work requests.
Link to Kyle's Presentation: IIBA Business Process Management Presentation.pdf
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