IIBA and IIBA-SA Introduction
What is the IIBA®? What is IIBA®-SA ? How can the IIBA®-SA help you be a better BA? Why join IIBA®-SA? How to join IIBA®-SA? When to join IIBA®-SA? What is the new IIBA® Certification? How does it affect you?
To answer these and more of your questions, come and join Lucy for a brief introduction into the IIBA® and IIBA®-SA.
About the Speaker:
Lucy started her career as a teacher in Maths, Science and Computer Science, she then moved into the direction of COBOL programming, and finally into the field of analysis. She has been doing business analysis for about 16 years in the financial, investment and construction industries.
She has been a volunteer for IIBA®-SA for 10 years in varying roles including event co-ordinator, branch committee member and conference organiser, currently she hold the Operations Portfolio on the IIBA®-SA Board. She has obtained her CBAP® and has presented various workshops and presentations on IIBA, BABOK®v2 and Certification.
She follows BA websites, blogs, webinars, BA thought leaders and various BA publications. She is interested in supporting and growing the BA profession. She is a believer in lifelong learning and exploring how professional business analysts can add value to business.
Headline Speaker: Tshepo Matjila
Have you questioned if you are the right BA for the job or if you have hired the right BA for the project?
Join fellow business analysis practitioners and enthusiasts for networking and a presentation on “Bad BA'haviours: 8 BA types you should fire in order to ignite innovation” by Tshepo Matjila.
Everybody knows that innovation is no longer a luxury of the few but a necessary element for all organizations’ success; irrespective of size, sector or operational geography.
- What BA'haviours (BA behaviours) are constraining professional BAs from leading the innovation revolution which many organizations and customers crave?
- What must the powers-that-be do in order to tip the innovation revolution in organizations?
- 8 types of bad BAs your organisations should target to fire in order to make space for the good ones.
- Rethinking the approach to requirements analysis to spark innovative solutions using CEM approach.
- Skills, customers and business value.
About the Speaker:
Tshepo is a business analysis subject matter consultant with over 10 years banking sector experience. He is passionate about solving business problems and helping companies exploit business opportunities. He has done this with 3 of the Top 4 banking institutions in South Africa - including enabling card business opportunities for a Pan-African bank.
Tshepo is involved in community initiatives, especially on Education and, broadly, on community development.
He founded YBS Media, in 2011, to provide a platform for previously unheard voices to contribute to local & international discourse.
He has recently embraced an opportunity to volunteer his skills with the management and re-branding of the Business Analysis Summit Southern Africa, leading the Innovation track.
Tshepo regularly speaks at various events and private functions. He will be speaking at the upcoming #BASummitSA in September.
About the Sponsor:
Moyo Business Advisory (MOYO)
MOYO was established in 2007 with the objective to solve business problems through a range of services associated with Business- and IT-projects. This is executed by a range of adaptation professionals like Architects, Business Analysts and Project Managers. Since their inception, MOYO has grown to become a preferred service provider to a wide range of well-known corporate clients, delivering services within the enterprise, change, and performance management context.
NON-MEMBERS: Entrance is R100. No payments will be accepted at the door. Please ensure you make your event payment online.
IIBA-SA MEMBERS: Entrance is free. No-shows will be recorded against membership accounts.
MOYO EMPLOYEES: Entrance is free on using registration code provided to MOYO. No-shows will be shared with Moyo management.