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Improve efficiency by utilizing tools and standards in the BABOK® Guide and get everyone speaking the same language of business analysis by certifying your team.
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Set benchmarks and align competencies to roles and mandates utilizing The Business Analysis Competency Model. Get a quantitative assessment methodology for resource management, training, and development.
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IIBA Global Research provides a broad view of topical information, insights, and trends that influence business analysis globally. Your organization can utilize this information to support digital transformation, data analytics, agile analysis and more.
Business Analysis in an agile environment puts focus on value and collaboration with analysis still at the core of business outcomes! We have seen a 21% increase of business analysis in an Agile Context from 2017 to 2019 based on respondents in IIBA’s Global Business Analysis Salary Survey.
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IIBA welcomes businesses, organizations, and institutions of all sizes and in all industries. Corporate Members provide valuable insights and feedback to the way business analysis is evolving as we collaboratively advance the practice of business analysis. The Corporate Program offers Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum-level memberships that can be customized to meet your organization’s specific needs.
So, you have gone Agile. You do daily scrums, retrospectives, and all the “right” Agile ceremonies. But still, your organization is not quite convinced that Agile is the answer. And while you might have some idea of what the team that works next to you is doing, for some strange reason the teams sometimes conflict and there seems to be a lack of communication between you, the other teams, and leadership.
Any big endeavor starts with the right mindset and the journey to achieving enterprise agility is no exception. The right environment needs to be created and it requires a commitment to education and training, new tools and techniques, patient transition, and cultural change. With any process or methodology implementation, practices will need to be adapted and localized.
What are some of the challenges that we face today? Uncertainty about the future and how to respond, how to monitor performance in a fast-changing
world, which opportunities to pursue to achieve positive performance, and how to deal with the massive amount of data and get value from that data – these are just some of the most common challenges.