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REGISTER TODAY: Webinar: Functional vs. Nonfunctional Requirements
WEBINAR DATE/TIME Thursday, November 29th, 2018 at 10:00 AM Pacific (1:00 PM Eastern). 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 web... Space is limited. Register Today!



REGISTER TODAY: Webinar: Design Thinking for Business Analysts
WEBINAR DATE/TIME Thursday, April 25th, 2019 at 10:00 AM Pacific (1:00 PM Eastern). 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 ana... Space is limited. Register Today!



REGISTER TODAY: Webinar: Stop Gathering Requirements
WEBINAR DATE/TIME Thursday, February 21st, 2019 at 10:00 AM Pacific (1:00 PM Eastern). 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 sta... Space is limited. Register Today!



REGISTER TODAY: Webinar: BA Toolkit: Top Visual Models for Complete Business Analysis
WEBINAR DATE/TIME Thursday, January 24, 2018 at 10:00 AM Pacific (1:00 PM Eastern). 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 th... Space is limited. Register Today!



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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ON DEMAND Webinar: What’s Hot and What’s Not: Trends in the World of Business Analysis
ABOUT THE WEBINAR So much is going on in our project world and it’s hard to keep up. The way we complete projects keeps changing. The speed at which business changes is accelerating. Many of us have questions—lots and lots of questions.  This presentation addresses hot topics in the world of business analysis and answers ques...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: From Requirements Analyst to Benefit Analyst
In this webinar, Mark focuses on understanding all the components of business analysis and provides insight on why business analysts need to expand their skills beyond the elicitation of requirements to include benefits management skills. With the use of mind maps, Mark touches upon a number of topics including...
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ON DEMAND Webinar: How to Ace the IIBA Certifications in the Very First Attempt

This webinar will provide you with:

  •  A detailed preparation process for IIBA® certifications examination.
  • Aspects to focus on when preparing for different IIBA® certifications.
  • Tips and tricks for different IIBA® certification examinations from the mentor who has successfully trained 300+ IIBA® certified professionals.
  • Resources available for IIBA® certification preparations.

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ON DEMAND Webinar: Software Requirements and Organizational Culture: 10 Lessons Learned
When a software development organization wants to improve the way it works, it’s not enough to write a bunch of procedures, buy some tools, and run your staff through some training. The manager leading a change initiative also must consider the organization’s culture. A software engineering culture is a set of beliefs, behaviors, and technical practices that define an environment in which all team members are committed to building quality software products through effective and appropriate software processes. As requirements form the foundation of all the software work that follows, it’s especially important to instill a set of effective values, principles, and practices around requirements practices.
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Elements of Requirements Style
This presentation describes numerous techniques for writing software functional requirements, focused on the core objective of clear and effective communication. You’ll see multiple styles of writing functional requirements and you'll learn many vague “weak words” to avoid. The presentation describes several common types of requirements ambiguity and shows how to rewrite ambiguous requirements to make them clearer. We’ll also explore the common issue of having solution ideas or design constraints embedded in requirements. Applying the techniques described in this presentation will help your requirements specifications speak more clearly to their various audiences.
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Requirements Reuse: Fantasy or Feasible?
Reuse is an eternal goal for organizations seeking higher software capability. Reusing requirements can increase productivity, improve quality, and lead to greater consistency between related systems. But effective reuse is hard! This presentation, based on the recent book Software Requirements, 3rd Edition by Karl Wiegers and Joy Beatty, offers numerous suggestions about how to perform requirements reuse. It describes several kinds of requirements reuse, identifies some classes of requirements information that have reuse potential in various contexts, and presents some issues around making requirements reusable. The presentation concludes by identifying both barriers to effective reuse and success factors that can help your organization leverage its existing body of requirements knowledge.
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Requirements Management Best Practices
Requirements development deals with getting good software requirements. Requirements management addresses the challenges of handling these requirements as the project proceeds over time. This presentation summarizes several best practices for requirements management. The following topics are addressed: • Version control of requirements documents • Change control • The change control board • Impact analysis of change requests • Requirements attributes • Tracking requirements status • Requirements traceability • Using requirements management tools
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ON DEMAND Webinar: The Business Analyst Catalyst: The Role of the BA in Today's Business World
ABOUT THE WEBINAR An effective organizational strategy should harden the intention behind mission and vision into goals that define the future direction—a direction that must reflect clear context, defined boundaries, and precise capabilities in order for programs and projects to reach intended targets with optimal success. Business a...
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