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Australia IIBA Events, March 2008 
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IIBA Events, March 2008

Mebourne Talk for IIBA Australia hosted by Software Education
When: Thu Mar 13, 5.30pm
Where: Rydges on Swanston, 701 Swanston St Carlton, VIC 3053
Topic: Enterprise Analysis – How to Analyse the Business you work for and cater your Requirements to fit.
Speaker: Shane Hastie, MIM, CBP.
Host & Sponsor: Software Education.

To Register: Go to the "Events" page at or follow this link 

Talk Outline

Shane Hastie will examine the BABOK™ Enterprise Analysis Knowledge Area – what is included and what are some of the key techniques and tools of Enterprise Analysis.

  • Understanding the role of strategic goals and objectives and how the business analyst contributes to and is guided by overall strategy
  • Understanding the various levels of Enterprise and Business Architecture; how they flow into the tactical data, system and application architectures and how they impact on business analysis activities
  • Understanding risk as it relates to enterprise level activities, and how it guides the business analyst in conducting systems investigations
  • Identifying and presenting business requirements and how they lead into the more granular system, user, quality and functional requirements for new or enhanced systems
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