In order to simulate something you have to be able to analyze the heck out of it. Business Analysis can be carried out in different ways using different tools and can mean various things to various people. This can lead to some confusion. Bob's experiences led him to develop a framework for applying the BABOK's general concepts in a specific way. He shows how his framework maps to the BABOK knowledge areas and introduces some new terms.
About our Speaker:
Robert P. Churchill (CBAP, PMP, CLSSBB, CSPO, CSM, CSD) has combined mechanical and software engineering skills to build and use continuous and discrete-event computer simulation systems for nearly 30 years. He served in a vendor or consultant role in every life cycle phase in the fields of pulp and paper, nuclear power, document imaging, insurance, metals, HVAC, inspections, medical practices, security, evacuation, emergency response, logistics, and maintenance and reliability. He's been a developer, architect, field engineer, data collector, IV&V agent, manager, and analyst on desktop, networked, and high-performance computing (HPC) platforms. He has built real-time, interactive, and fire-and-forget systems for analysis, design, process improvement, industrial control, operations research, and operator training.
6:00 - 6:30 pm Dinner / Networking
6:30 - 7:00 pm Presentation
7:00 - 8:00 pm Q&A / Networking
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