10:25 am – 11:25 am | Presentation | Room: Pompeian III & IV
The Critical Role of the Lead BA
Presented by: Kevin Haines
Have you ever wondered how they do it? How does the Lead BA remain calm, cool and collected in the face of overwhelming odds? How does the Lead BA build rapport with key stakeholders? How do they seem on top of all of the many moving parts of a large project or a program? You must consider all of the elements such as risk, scope, deliverables, changes, timelines and cost. Impossible? Not for the Lead BA!
Join this fun and interactive session designed to help you think like a Lead BA. Whether you have strong business skills, strong technical skills or both, you will be able to walk away with tips and techniques to help you in your day-to-day job. Learn ways to organize your work, define standards and processes and develop relationships. See real-world processes from a current program at a large financial services company. You won't become "Super BA" in a day but you can practice your art to take your skills to the next level!
What Attendees Wil Learn:
- what it means to be a Lead BA
- how to manage scope, risk and changes
- how to balance competing interests
- how to manage relationships
Kevin Haines, CBAP
Sr. Business Systems Analyst, Principal Consultant
Online Business Systems
Kevin Haines, CBAP ® is passionate about using technology to enable business. He has over 16 years of business analysis experience in a variety of industries. Kevin is a Principal Consultant for Online Business Systems, President of the IIBA® Winnipeg Chapter, a Career Mentor and leads teams that improve process and technology to achieve business goals. Kevin enjoys speaking at events such as MISA's BizTek and BA World Winnipeg. Kevin has degrees in Philosophy, Psychology, Finance and MIS from the Asper School of Business. His certifications include Management of Risk, PROSCI Org Change Management and PRINCE2 Practitioner.
Kevin's 2016 Presentations:
- The Critical Role of the Lead BA
Wednesday, November 2, 2016 (10:25 am – 11:25 am)