1:30 pm – 4:30 pm | Pre-Conference Tutorial | Room: Oceana 7
Enterprise Level Business Analysis Practices to Improve Results
Hiring more skilled and experienced BA Professionals may not be the answer!
Research has proven that improving overall team performance will deliver far greater improvements in results, productivity and increased value delivered to the organization. Our BA Community’s experience also supports this.
We have learned that the answer lies in optimizing business analysis practices at an enterprise level which drive an organization towards improved results. In short, anything you can do to improve organization level business analysis practices will yield greatly improved business outcomes.
This tutorial will discuss how to optimize business analysis practices at an enterprise level to improve organizational performance.
- Understand why it’s important to optimize business analysis practices at an enterprise level
- Review practical models for enterprise level business analysis services
- Identify how to select and implement a model that best serves your organization
Kathleen [Kitty] B.Hass, PMP
President and Principal Consultant
Kathleen Hass & Associates, Inc.
Kitty is the leading expert in Strategic Business Analysis and Complex Project Management. She has written nine books, dozens of influential articles, and given lectures at corporations throughout the world. She is a professor of Strategic PM and BA Practices at Villanova University and a keynote speaker at conferences around the world. Kitty was a Director on the IIBA Board, and is on the BA advisory boards for Capella University and the University of California, Irvine. Her ground breaking work in Project Complexity has earned her recognition as a recipient of the PMI's David I. Cleland Literature Award.
Kathleen [Kitty]'s 2017 Presentations:
- Enterprise Level Business Analysis Practices to Improve Results
Tuesday, November 7, 2017 (1:30 pm – 4:30 pm)
- Transformative BA Training and Education to Meet the New Business Reality
Thursday, November 9, 2017 (8:00 am – 8:50 am)