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Volunteers are the foundation that keeps IIBA® going!

As an IIBA volunteer you will make great professional contacts, expand your knowledge and develop your leadership skills.

Serving as a volunteer of IIBA will give you an opportunity to actively participate in the profession of Business Analysis, and to contribute to the development and future growth of this rapidly growing international organization.

Additionally, as an IIBA volunteer you will make great professional contacts, expand your knowledge and develop your leadership skills. Volunteer hours can be used for Certification of Competency in Business Analysis (CCBA®) or Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) re-certification. 

Please note that as a volunteer you must meet the following requirements:
  • You are a member of IIBA
  • You are willing and able to devote 2 to 6 hours per week to IIBA calls and volunteer related work
  • You have access to email, the internet, and a word processing program (compatible with Microsoft Word)
  • You are willing and able to attend committee meetings, as scheduled, via conference call or in person
  • You are willing to listen to the opinions and ideas of others, to share your own ideas and opinions, and to contribute to the work groups in an effort to reach consensus, as required

Available volunteer positions within IIBA will be posted as they become available. At this time we ask that you only submit to positions available.

Volunteer Positions Available

 

Call for Article Submissions - Best Practices for Better Business Analysis Authors

Do you have an idea for a paper that can provide practical advice to other members? Would you like to gain professional feedback from a panel of your peers? Would you like your ideas to become part of the IIBA knowledge base as supporting knowledge to the BABOK® Guide and its extensions?

IIBA® is calling for proposals for articles to include in the Best Practices for Better Business Analysis peer reviewed journal series.

Consider such topics as

  • how to define value for your stakeholders, 
  • relationships with other key stakeholders, like sponsors and project managers, 
  • business analysis for business intelligence or decision management, 
  • requirements for COTS, SaaS, or cloud applications, 
  • tools and techniques for enterprise and business architecture, 
  • analyzing and improving business processes, 
  • tips on analyzing your environment, situation, and context, and 
  • how to bring out the best in business analysis practices on an agile team.

These are just a few topics to get you thinking. We also want to hear your innovative and fresh ideas that business analysts can apply in their daily practice.

If you have an idea for an article, we request that you submit a one page outline of your paper in the following format:

Description 

Include an overview of the topic of your article and why this material is relevant to business analysis practitioners.

Learning Objectives 

Include what a business analyst will be able to do differently once reading your paper.

Key Arguments

Include the significant points and arguments of your paper and how business analysis practitioners can use this information in practice.

For more information on this volunteer opportunity and how to apply click here.