The Effective BA - Going from Good to Great!
Collaboration, Not Toleration - There Is a Difference
Speaker: Paula Bell, CBAP, CEO/President, Paula A. Bell Consulting, LLC
How many times have you been on a project where you just couldn't get into a good working relationship with someone on the team? In order to be successful on projects, you have to collaborate with others, not tolerate them. This can be challenging due to different personalities and mindsets, but it’s essential to have these different perspectives, personalities and mindsets to really create successful solutions. The word "collaboration" is used loosely without effective execution of the true meaning.
What attendees will receive out of this presentation:
How to build effective relationships for collaboration
How to foster an environment of collaboration
How to maintain those relationships as there was an investment made to build them
About the Speaker
Paula Bell is a Business Analyst mentor, coach and author with 18 years in project roles to include business analyst, requirements manager, business process quality manager, technical writer, project manager, developer, test lead and implementation lead. Paula has experience in a variety of industries to include media, courts, carpet manufacturing, banking and mortgage. Paula has led multiple highly-visible multi-million dollar technology and business projects to transform businesses where she was the Requirements Manager or Lead Business Analyst. Currently, during the day Paula manages a team of Business Process, Implementation and Testing individuals focusing on Operational Excellence in identifying ways to streamline processes and help the business run more efficiently with an additional scope or lens surrounded around compliance, risk and regulations. The main purpose of this team is to be the first line of defense for the business to keep the business out of audit trouble