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REGISTER TODAY: Webinar: Digital Design – Thinking beyond Requirements Engineering
WEBINAR DATE/TIME Wednesday, December 11th at 10:00 AM Pacific (1:00 PM Eastern). ABOUT THE WEBINAR This talk introduces: The new role of the Digital Design Professional,  The reason for its emergence within Requirements Engineering industry, and IREB’s new certification scheme to enter this new professi... Space is limited. Register Today!



ON DEMAND Webinar: How BAs Can Use Technology to Implement a Continuous Improvement Plan
About the Webinar: What problems could you solve and what solutions would you build if you had a programmer at your disposal at all times? With Quick Base, you don't need one. Instead of going to IT, you can build an application for capturing, storing and managing data about your business systems – without learning how to code.  ...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Why Business Analysts need to embrace Smart Management
To stay competitive, enterprises need to react rapidly to market dynamics. Decision-making and implementation of required transformations are made difficult by the complexity of business and the fact that most people, view change negatively. It is therefore crucial that you have the right tools for successful and proactive business transformatio...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Not Your Mama's Acceptance Criteria: A Product Owner's Guide to Writing Excellent User Stories
ABOUT THE WEBINAR High quality agile requirements are more than just user stories. They are visual models, testable acceptance criteria, and the result of collaborative facilitated sessions with your stakeholders and team. Given, When, Then (or Gherkin language) is an effective style for documenting acceptance criteria, particularly in support o...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Our Requirements Are Good, So Why Aren’t We Delivering Value?
ABOUT THE WEBINAR Many people ask us how to measure whether or not they have good requirements, but most of them have the question wrong. Researchers propose methods to measure quality of requirements, but the end game isn’t about requirements, or even the project deadline. The real target is the value a project actually delivers to an o...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Agile Business Analysis
ABOUT THE WEBINAR Intense business environments of today are driven by uncertainty and the high speed of change. Two practices that help organizations meet those challenges are business analysis and Agile. In fact, business analysis has become a core competency for any organization that appreciates the skills needed to align business and custome...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: The BA’s friend or foe? How to fit Requirements Engineering into Agility
ABOUT THE WEBINAR In the world of software development, requirements engineering has been recognized as an important discipline for the past couple of decades. Without proper requirements software development was bound to fail. But is this still true in the current Age of Agility? Requirements engineering was a natural fit in the waterfall ap...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Understanding your Supply Chain Process
ABOUT THE WEBINAR Globalization has become an undeniable part of commerce over the last few decades. Large and small, public or commercial organizations have grown to source labour and parts from national and international locations. Supply chains have had to keep in step, passing through numerous suppliers to obtain goods and services most ef...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Design Thinking for Business Analysts
ABOUT THE WEBINAR Rather than waiting around for someone in the business to give you a problem to solve, wouldn't you rather go out and solve a problem before it has even been defined or acknowledged in the business? The discipline of business analysis is in the forefront of innovation. Business analysis is behind all process improvement ...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Stop Gathering Requirements
ABOUT THE WEBINAR Are you still "gathering requirements"? In this world of agile software development where requirements have been absorbed and marginalized by user stories, epics, product backlogs, and direct conversation between the business stakeholders and the solution team, "gathering requirements" seems to be a thing of the past. Especiall...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: BA Toolkit: Top Visual Models for Complete Business Analysis
ABOUT THE WEBINAR How often do we hear “Create a data model? That’s not BA work,” or “Prototyping? Our developers do that.” Or “Use cases? Why won’t they just go away?!” Many organizations think that business analysis is all about asking questions and documenting the requirements. Although importan...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Functional vs. Nonfunctional Requirements
ABOUT THE WEBINAR In this webinar, Mark Monteleone describes and compares functional and nonfunctional requirements and how to document them using declaratives, user stories, and use cases in the context of software applications. Mark starts the webinar by briefly reviewing the source of business needs; enterprise analysis. He then lists four re...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: BAs and PMs Are Not Needed on Agile Projects — Or Are They?
ABOUT THE WEBINAR We often hear comments like “There is no BA role on Agile projects, but since they interface with business stakeholders, they can fulfill the product owners (PO) role. Or “We don’t need requirements or project management on Agile projects.” Or BAs facilitate, so they should be the scrum masters.” O...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Requirements in Context
ABOUT THE WEBINAR Scott Ambler, a key founder of the Agile movement accurately stated, “If a requirement was misunderstood, all modeling decisions based on that requirement are invalid, the code written is also in question, and the testing efforts are now verifying the application under the wrong conditions”. Project failures caused ...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Elements of Business Modeling
ABOUT THE WEBINAR Every sector today is being led by the wealthiest technology business leaders in history because those leaders embraced technology as a strategic capability. Eighty percent of executives believe “their business models are under attack” according to McKinsey Research. Leading organizations need business architects ...
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