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User is offline Craig Brown
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IIBA events in Australia (Free) 

THe below is a Sydney event for ext week.  There are events in other cities - follow the link at the end to see them.



The IIBA Australia Chapter Presents:

Walking into the light: Leveraging Information to Guide Business Priorities and People Management Decisions.

With special thanks to our principal sponsor Adaps IT Recruitment and also to IGL (Ingena Group Limited).

Wesley Payne McClendon, Ph.D

Free Registration

Time, Date & Venue
Tuesday, 28th October, 2008 - 5:30 PM for a 6 PM Start
The Portside Centre, Symantec House, Level 5 207 Kent Street Sydney.

To register (no charge) go to: or and click on "Events"

Business Analysts document business priorities, business requirements, processes and the like. BAs have an important role to understand an organisation in terms of its people, organisation structure and its capability to deliver change. This presentation explores the role of the analyst to guide business and people amangement decisions. read more ...

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