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Back to the Feature – A Practical Guide to Iterative Analysis with Stuart Mann

Online Webinar

The agile manifesto tells us to value “working software over comprehensive documentation” but how can we practically apply this value without sacrificing quality and rigour? How can we ensure that our requirement providers and analysts connect with our coders and testers to deliver fast, reliable value? How do you solve the analysis conundrum and eliminate… Read More »Back to the Feature – A Practical Guide to Iterative Analysis with Stuart Mann

Tina & Adrian’s Business Bookshelf: Begin with You… by Petra Velzeboer

LinkedIn Live

This is a FREE LinkedIn Live event, and you'll need a LinkedIn account to attend. Tina and Adrian read a lot of books, and often find themselves discussing books that they particularly like. Recently, an idea emerged: why not have those conversations *online* so anyone interested in the book (or the topic) can listen in?… Read More »Tina & Adrian’s Business Bookshelf: Begin with You… by Petra Velzeboer

Tina & Adrian’s Business Bookshelf: How to Begin by Michael Bungay Stanier

LinkedIn Live

This is a FREE LinkedIn Live event, and you’ll need a LinkedIn account to attend. Join Christina Lovelock and Adrian Reed for the next edition of this experimental LinkedIn live show. Tina and Adrian read a *lot* of books, and have a lot of fun discussing those books. An idea emerged: why not have those… Read More »Tina & Adrian’s Business Bookshelf: How to Begin by Michael Bungay Stanier

Mastering the Requirements Process

Online Live Course

Course Duration: 2 days (Virtual, Live Online) Agile or traditional, unless the product solves the right business problem, it has no use. Your requirements process must discover the customer’s real needs in all their subtlety and concealment. This workshop presents a thorough and well-established process for uncovering the real requirements, testing them for correctness, and… Read More »Mastering the Requirements Process

Business Analysis: Past, Present & Future—a 30 min chat with Indy Mitra

LinkedIn Live

This is a FREE LinkedIn Live event, and you’ll need a LinkedIn account to attend. The business analysis profession has existed in one form or another for decades and there is great debate about when the profession started. One date we can be absolutely sure of is October 29th, 2003: this is the date the… Read More »Business Analysis: Past, Present & Future—a 30 min chat with Indy Mitra

Pre-Project Problem Analysis (1 Day, Short Course)

Online Live Course

In this practical and hands-on one day course, you will get practical and proven techniques for early business analysis engagement. This course is run in collaboration with ITWorks. For full event information, pricing and registration information, please click on the link below. Successful projects need a clear direction and a definitive destination.  This starts with… Read More »Pre-Project Problem Analysis (1 Day, Short Course)

Systems Thinking for Business Analysts: Understanding ‘Messy’ Problems (1 Day, Short Course)

Online Live Course

In this practical and hands-on one day course, you will hear about the importance of systems thinking in a business analysis context. This course is run in collaboration with ITWorks. For full event information, pricing and registration information, please click on the link below. Many organisational initiatives focus on solving tricky and 'messy' organisational problems, involving many… Read More »Systems Thinking for Business Analysts: Understanding ‘Messy’ Problems (1 Day, Short Course)

Between spaces, scopes, and scales: What the scaling frameworks don’t tell you with Mike Burrows

Online Webinar

In a viable, deliberately adaptive organisation, how do the relationships between different organisational scales work? Or the same question, but for the networked organisation? And what does that mean for me? Drawn from the Agendashift Academy’s latest module “Adaptive Organisation: Business agility at every scale”, this new talk integrates systems, complexity, and flow thinking (models… Read More »Between spaces, scopes, and scales: What the scaling frameworks don’t tell you with Mike Burrows

Tina & Adrian’s Business Bookshelf: You Look Like a Thing and I Love You

LinkedIn Live

This is a FREE LinkedIn Live event, and you’ll need a LinkedIn account to attend. Tina and Adrian read a *lot* of books, and have a lot of fun discussing those books. An idea emerged: why not have those discussions LIVE online, so anyone who is interested in the book (or the topic) can tune… Read More »Tina & Adrian’s Business Bookshelf: You Look Like a Thing and I Love You

The Core Concepts of Performance Improvement with Sasha Aganova

Online Webinar

We can all agree that everyone wants better business performance. While there are many avenues to improvement — aligning end products and services to our customer needs, gaining actionable insights from analysing reliable business data, and having a more knowledgeable team, are all worthy efforts to almost guaranteed improved performance. The challenge is that these… Read More »The Core Concepts of Performance Improvement with Sasha Aganova

Fear Kills More Dreams Than Failure Ever Will: How to Become a Braver Business Analyst with Simon Platt

Online Webinar

Have you ever wondered what could have been? How a situation may have gone differently had you been a little bolder? Do you worry about stepping outside your comfort zone for fear of failure? The fear of failure is often far worse than the failure itself! In this interactive talk Simon Platt will give an… Read More »Fear Kills More Dreams Than Failure Ever Will: How to Become a Braver Business Analyst with Simon Platt

So, Are You a Product Thinker? With Anna Kochanowska

Online Webinar

Software delivery often comes to continuous output fatigue with little to none observable impact. Outputs are easy to plan, easy to assign, relatively easy to produce, definitely easy to see. They give a sense of completion. In practice, teams are “doing agile” while not being able to bring a working product to their customers. Without… Read More »So, Are You a Product Thinker? With Anna Kochanowska