I'm a BA Girl in an Agile World

  • Wednesday, April 17, 2019
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Duques Hall 150

Registration

  • Members of the IIBA DC Metro Chapter
  • Census wants to attend to preview for their BADD
  • For employees of our Chapter Sponsors: Excella Consulting, North Highland, and Promontory Interfinancial Network
  • Free registration for GWU students

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I'm a BA Girl in an Agile World


Location:  **Note the new room number**

The George Washington University

Duques Hall 150

2201 G St NW, Washington, DC 20052


Please note: GPS typically takes you to a different side of the building. Please go to Duques Hall doors as shown below. The room is directly across the entrance.



Description: 


Do the Business Analyst's (BA) roles and responsibilities on an agile project differ from those on a waterfall project? Should the three amigos always include the analyst? At a minimum, the answer is certainly yes to both questions, although how the work is done depends on the team and project. During this session we will review how the role of a Business Analyst on an agile project can vary, and further discuss the impact on the development team and what makes a Business Analyst good at his/her job. All analysts bring excellent communication, collaboration, and trust to their work on project teams – but how we communicate and collaborate will differ. In small group discussions, and with the larger group of all attendees, we will discuss how Business Analysts produce influence and impact on an agile project's success.


About our SpeakerMindy Bohannon




Mindy thrives as an Agile Business Analyst and is proud of being a recent CBAP. She relishes solving business problems, develops solutions that drive the business forward, and relates to others with humanity, trust, and collaboration during the process. Mindy has been a BA longer than she was a database developer, content management administrator, project manager, and scrum master (for a very short stint), while working on creating custom software applications, COTS implementations, application modernization, and data management projects. She has spoken on analyst and professional development topics at many local and national conferences over the years. Equally, she encourages others to share their knowledge as the VP of Membership at her local IIBA DC chapter.

 

"Judge me by my questions, not my answers." –Voltaire


Schedule:

6:00 - 6:30 pm  Dinner / Networking

6:30 - 6:45 pm  Elections - VP of Outreach 

6:45 - 7:45 pm  Presentation

7:45 - 8:00 pm  Q&A / Networking


Registration:

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