The Importance of “Showing Up”: Psychology, Impostor Syndrome and Baggage – with Lior Locher

About The WebinarShowing up. This is about living ourselves out loud, and what happens when we dare to do that. And all our editing strategies. We will touch on psychology, impostor syndrome, our “baggage”, navigating our different selves and portfolios, the role of context, offering our services, and what can happen when you show up.… Read More »The Importance of “Showing Up”: Psychology, Impostor Syndrome and Baggage – with Lior Locher

Virtual Event: BA Open Mic

Join us for the Business Analysis Open Mic Night — an immersive, informal and interactive chance to discuss all things BA related (and many other things besides!). This is not your usual webinar. In this session, webcams and microphones will be switched on, and you’ll have the opportunity to ‘grab the mic’ and speak for… Read More »Virtual Event: BA Open Mic

Analyst to Architect with David O’Hara

Online Webinar

About the WebinarThis webinar aims to explore the key similarities and differences in skillset, toolset and mindset between Business Analysts & Business Architects (as well as touching on adjacent disciplines such as Service Design and Solution Architecture). You'll hear what makes a ‘good’ business architect and outline some possible career paths from Analyst to Architect.… Read More »Analyst to Architect with David O’Hara

BA Fringe: Season 3 Kick-off: Public Speaking, Diversity, Vision & Digital Transformation

Online Live Event

(S3E1): Series 3: Episode 1 Join us for the kick off for Season 3! BAFringe is a one-hour, livestreamed event that discusses ideas on the fringes of business analysis. This includes new perspectives, new ideas, and concepts from disciplines that intersect with business analysis. In this episode we'll hear topics including: ✔ PUBLIC SPEAKING: -… Read More »BA Fringe: Season 3 Kick-off: Public Speaking, Diversity, Vision & Digital Transformation

Business Analysis Agility and Systems Thinking

Online Live Course

Change happens fast. Organisations must be more agile today if they are to keep up with events and changing needs. But there remains one indisputable foundation for any kind of change or development effort — there must be a clear and unambiguous interpretation of the problems being addressed, and that any change introduced must be truly valuable to the… Read More »Business Analysis Agility and Systems Thinking

Up and down the Deliberately Adaptive Organisation – business agility at every scale with Mike Burrows

A modern take on a 70's classic, we take some of the tools of modern product and organisation development and plug them into Stafford Beer's Viable System Model, a model that (still) describes organisations of all sizes that have the drive to survive in a changing environment. The result of this exercise will feel remarkably… Read More »Up and down the Deliberately Adaptive Organisation – business agility at every scale with Mike Burrows

Virtual Event: BA Open Mic

Online Live Event

Time is shown in UK time (BST) This is not your usual webinar. In this session, webcams and microphones will be switched on, and you’ll have the opportunity to ‘grab the mic’ and speak for up to 3 minutes on a topic of your choice. Each 3 minute slot will be followed by a chance for… Read More »Virtual Event: BA Open Mic

Plotting A Career Path Through Business Analysis, Architecture, Change and Beyond with Lisa Woodall

Online Webinar

Have you ever wanted to take a ‘sideways step’ in your career? To get beyond organisational silos and work in other change-related roles? Or perhaps you’re wondering what your next career move should be? This webinar is for you! There is no doubt that the business analysis role is broad.  The very skills and competencies… Read More »Plotting A Career Path Through Business Analysis, Architecture, Change and Beyond with Lisa Woodall

Everything’s Relative (a fresh look at agile estimation) With Stuart Mann

Much like the internet, estimation can be good, bad or completely mindless. Want to practice mindful, value-adding estimation that increases delivery predictability? Then this is the session for you. A fresh and fun look at agile estimation covering the "why" of estimation, why humans are terrible at estimating, how our brains work when estimating, how… Read More »Everything’s Relative (a fresh look at agile estimation) With Stuart Mann

Mastering the Requirements Process (Partner Event)

Online Live Course

This is a partner event, delivered by the Atlantic Systems Guild & IRM UK. You can book directly using the links below Requirements: The most crucial part of development. You can overcome poor planning; you can overcome poor coding. But nobody has ever succeeded with poor requirements. Requirements are the underpinnings for whatever you intend… Read More »Mastering the Requirements Process (Partner Event)

Business Analysis Agility (Partner Event)

This is a partner event, delivered by the Atlantic Systems Guild. You can book directly using the links below Whether you work in an agile team, or write traditional specifications, the essential business analysis task is to uncover the real needs of the real customers. Without understanding the real need, it is extremely difficult to… Read More »Business Analysis Agility (Partner Event)

Exploring The BA Role In Agile Discovery: An Interactive Panel with Angela Wick, Allan Kelly, Angie Doyle & Howard Podeswa

Ever been a BA on an agile initiative where you’ve been presented with a ‘solution’ long before anyone has asked ‘what problem are we trying to solve here’? Ever found that the existing landscape is much, much more complex than anyone had anticipated and everything slows to a grinding halt? Or maybe you’ve ended up… Read More »Exploring The BA Role In Agile Discovery: An Interactive Panel with Angela Wick, Allan Kelly, Angie Doyle & Howard Podeswa