As human beings we are biased and these biases are expressed in multiple ways. Some of the biases are because of the social milieu that we grow up and many others are acquired over the years. These biases impact our actions, decisions and perceptions about people and scenarios. Carrying these biases into the business analysis world can sometimes be rewarding, sometimes catastrophic with variations in between. Mani will help us look at the various biases, their impact and means to mitigate or avoid them for more predictable and successful projects. This, again, is based on his experience.
Mani is a Sr. Business Analyst with the World Bank. He has over 18 years of experience as a BA working in and with various units of the Bank. Prior to joining the Bank he managed his own consulting firm, specializing in Strategic Management, BPR, Activitiy based costing and Project management. He has cross sector experience in industries like finance, cement, pharmaceuticals, plastics, engineering and IT.
Mani is a strong believer in sharing his knowledge and experience while learning from others at the same time. He is an official mentor of the World bank and has mentored quite a few BA’s. He is a blogger on batimes.com. One of his blogs is ranked as the top 15 blogs of all-time on BATimes.
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6:30 - 7:30 pm Presentation
7:30 - 8:00 pm Q&A / Networking
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