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BIZBOK and BABOK Alignment

IIBA® is looking for volunteers to assist with a joint effort with the Business Architecture Guild to recommend products to be co-developed to benefit both organizations. The initial work will include reviewing content of the BIZBOK and BABOK® Guide to identify topics for product exploration, and provide recommendations for content and delivery media. IIBA volunteers will work in tandem with representatives from the Business Architecture Guild, bringing the business analysis perspective. Participants will need to provide up to four hours of time per week, and should have a strong working knowledge of business architecture as well as experience in business analysis.

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Volunteer Opportunity for Quick Tips and Best Practices Articles

IIBA is offering opportunities for you to share and publish your tips, experience, and knowledge of business analysis. 

IIBA is seeking contributors to both Quick Tips™ and Best Practices for Better Business Analysis™. 

Quick Tips are nuggets of knowledge that provide immediate, practical advice to business analysts. They are a short, frequently informal, exchange of information between business analyst professionals. 

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Volunteer Opportunities with the GCC

The Global Chapter Council (GCC) is an advocating network for IIBA Chapters, Chapter Leadership, and the business analysis profession globally. Made up of an amazing group of volunteers and supported by IIBA staff, the GCC is committed to IIBA Chapter and Member success.

The GCC is looking to fill the following roles:

Regional Director - Middle East & Africa   Learn more
Deputy Regional Director - Middle East & Africa  Learn more

IIBA Global Mentoring Program Data Analyst

IIBA® is looking for a Data Analyst to work with the IIBA Global Mentoring Program Business Lead. 
The individual must have solid skills to pull multiple data spreadsheet sources into a single repository, create matching algorithms based on provided decision tree or requirements, test solution and adjust as needed to support the program.

Editorial Advisory Committee

Drawing from diverse sources of expertise, the editorial advisory committee will spearhead the direction of the editorial content produced to meet the needs of the business analysis (BA) community. Specifically, the editorial advisory committee provides editorial input to ensure the accuracy and relevancy of content shared by IIBA. In addition, the advisory committee will serve to influence the future direction of IIBA content through new ideas and innovation. 

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