Modernizing Business Analysis Practices to Thrive in an Agile World
In managing today’s complex projects and programs, many organizations are faced with challenges due to globalization, changing priorities, and technological demands. To respond rapidly to these challenges, organizations have to embrace change in order to deliver value without losing sight of the vision. Business analysis is a critical element to achieving this organizational agility. More importantly, modernizing our business analysis practices will ensure that an organization can repeatedly deliver value aligned to goals and objectives that may evolve over time.
Outline/Structure of the Keynote
- The Problem with Requirements
- Principles of Agile Business Analysis
- Integrating Value Chain and Lean Thinking into BA Practices
- Importance of Prioritization
- Making the Transition from Waterfall
At the end of this session, attendees will be able to identify principles that guide effective, agile business analysis, explain the importance of prioritization in value-driven delivery, and describe practices that support the evolution of requirements from strategy to solution.
This session is designed for anyone interested in understanding agile business analysis practices, including but not limited to, product owners, ScrumMasters, agile coaches, leaders.
Prerequisites for Attendees
There are no prerequisites for this session.
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