As BAs, we are used to working in the field of change. Yet, whilst we often look at radically changing the way that other teams work, how often do we look introspectively and ask how our own practices might need to adapt? With an uncertain business environment, being able to adapt our practices to assist in the delivery of valuable change is more important than ever.
Yet there are so many tools and techniques to choose from. How is a practitioner to know what is “best” for the situation? Is there even such thing as “best practice” any more? And how on earth do we make sure that all of our requirements artefacts fit together? Come along to this session for some practical tips!
During this informal and unscripted session, Alec and Adrian will share views and experiences on topic such as:
•Trends: What trends should BAs be keeping on their radar? Which are likely to be more of a distraction? •Shifting Business Context: The importance of context in choosing analysis approaches and techniques. •Requirements Architecture: Tips for ensuring that there are clear relationships between different requirements artefacts. • “Best Practice”: When and where is analysis “best practice” appropriate? • What DOESN’T work anymore (and maybe never did) • ….And much more!
This will be an interactive session and we’d encourage you to come prepared with your questions. You’ll be able to ask questions at any point during the webinar.
About the Speaker
Alec Sharp has managed his consulting and education business, Clariteq Systems Consulting Ltd., for close to 40 years. Serving clients around the world, Alec’s expertise includes facilitation, strategy development, business process change, data management, and, of course, business analysis. In addition to an active consulting practice that keeps him up-to-date on real world issues, he conducts top-rated workshops and conference presentations on these topics globally, on four or five continents per year.
Alec is the author of “Workflow Modeling, second edition” which is widely used as a consulting guide and MBA text, and is a best-seller in the Business Process Management field with a “5 star” Amazon.com rating. He is also the recipient of DAMA’s Professional Achievement Award, a global recognition for contributions to the Data Management field.