11:30 am – 12:30 pm | Presentation | Room: Coral 1 & 2
Insights From Neuroscience to Motivate Business Stakeholders
Organizations are struggling with the unparalleled challenges created by uncertainty and ambiguity of transformational changes. Social neuroscience provides the framework and techniques to identify domains that activate reward or threat circuitry in the human brain. So, how can BA professionals leverage established research from Neuroscience to design interactions with stakeholders to promote rapid acceptance and adoption? What are the key behaviors that can improve collaboration and engagement to deliver the greatest business value? This session answers those questions and many more.
- Manage the uncertainty and ambiguity related to change in organizations
- Gain a deeper understanding of the people side of change
- Learn what it takes to change mindsets and influence interactions
- Learn how to design key behaviors that accelerate an organization’s transformational journey
- Provide impactful tools and techniques that can be applied immediately
Cynthia Siewert is currently an IT Management and Strategy Consultant with Impact Makers. She transitioned into her first Business Analysis role in 2004 and has been connected to the profession ever since. After several years of project-level business analysis work eliciting, documenting and managing requirements, she began leading Business Analysis teams and mentoring other Business Analysts. She has taken the skills she has learned in the field of Business Analysis and utilized them in other positions such as Program and Portfolio Management, Organizational Change Management and now into her current role as a consultant. Cynthia is serving as the President of the Central VA Chapter of the IIBA. She is passionate about the value Business Analysts can bring to an organization, both at a tactical and a strategic level and loves being part of the BA Community.
Cynthia's 2017 Presentations:
- Insights From Neuroscience to Motivate Business Stakeholders
Friday, November 10, 2017 (11:30 am – 12:30 pm)