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Business Analysis in the Information Age

  • Monday, December 04, 2017
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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Tentative Agenda:

6:30 - Welcome
6:40 - BBC Conference Highlights
7:00 - Keynote
7:45 - Group discussion of takeaways

Business Analysis in the Information Age

What is Business Analysis today and how will it evolve in the future? Business and technology changes cause organizations to constantly rethink their products, services, customers, delivery methods, and internal support systems. New technologies and automation are changing the way companies interact with their customers and employees.  How can business analysts lead their organizations in strategy execution during one of the most disruptive eras businesses have ever faced?

Learning Outcomes:

  • Deliver sustainable organizational value  

  • How to lead during industry disruption

  • Learn to make yourself more valuable to your organization


    Keynote Speaker

    Barbara Carkenord, CBAP, PMP, PMI-PBA , PMI-ACP


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    As Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) and a BA consultant, Barbara combines her entrepreneurial experience with her love of business analysis to promote the development of the business analysis profession. During her career Barbara co-founded two successful companies and worked in varied industries including manufacturing, financial services, and software development. She has written numerous books, articles, and training courses aimed at helping professionals enhance their analysis skills. In 2010, she was named the Small Business Woman of the Year by the Georgia Women in Technology. 

    Throughout her career Barbara has been passionate about enabling organizations to succeed through analysis. Barbara’s focus on increasing business value drove her to help define the business analysis profession. As an early IIBA Member, she worked on the development of the worldwide standard for business analysis, the BABOK® Guide.

    Contact us: board@orlando.iiba.org

    P.O. Box 4616, Orlando, FL 32802-4616


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