Business Analysis Conference London 2009

Venue: London

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Sep 28, 2009 End Date/Time: Sep 30, 2009
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The business analysis profession has evolved significantly over the last couple of years in the UK. The valuable contributions made by Business Analysts are now becoming recognised at all levels of the organisation. Business Analysts now exist in a variety of roles at the heart of business change to ascertain problems or identify opportunity areas from a business or technology perspective. Business Analysts help organisations to better understand what they need and why, ensure better decision making, and enable successful business solutions to meet the challenging needs of companies today. The Business Analysis Conference London 2009 will provide an interactive forum to:
• Learn from leading industry experts about the role and future trends of business analysis
• Help you understand what you need to be a high performing and successful business analyst today
• Learn from the success stories from a range of industries
• Show you how to develop a business analyst community within your organisation.

Special Features:

• The Business Analysis conference will be co-located with the BPM Conference. Delegates can attend sessions from both conferences
• Choose from 2 conference tracks with topics focused on ‘The BA Role and How We Deliver Business Value’ and ‘Business Analysis Tools & Techniques’ plus tracks from the BPM Conference
• Includes 4 pre-conference workshops plus pre-conference workshops from the BPM Conference
• 2 panel discussions to maximise open discussions and learning with delegates and industry experts ‘The Role of the BA & Common Myths’ and ‘Creating a Business Analysis Community’

Topics include:

• The evolving role of Business Analyst • Establishing a Business Analysis community
• Qualifications and career paths for BAs • Imagining the future and making it happen
• From Business Analyst to Business Architect • Implementing people centric change
• Being a BA in an innovative environment • Running successful workshops
• Implementing coherent business change • Running successful virtual meetings
• BAs and Project Managers working together • Participative analysis and user centred design
• Innovative requirements gathering • Gathering requirements in cross disciplinary teams
• Ethnography as an analysis tool • Clean language in requirements gathering
• The Business Analyst in Agile projects • Business Analysts and the modelling of data