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Task to Value driven

Moving From Task Driven to Value Driven
Speaker: CEO Business Analysts Pty Ltd.


Task driven business analysis measures success on the completion of tasks while value driven business analysis measures value delivered rather than the number of completed tasks. In value driven business analysis some tasks may never be completed, finalised and officially signed off. Task Driven vs Value Driven, businesses can take advantage of value driven approaches. Understanding an organisation’s strategic direction and key value streams enables the development and delivery of portfolios of work that deliver products and services to customers more efficiently. These business analysis techniques can be used to trace the delivery of programs, projects and BAU to help uncover the necessary areas of change to deliver the desired outcomes and value.
  • What is task driven vs value driven business analysis?
  • How do you move from task driven to value driven business analysis?
  • How much is “just enough business analysis”?

About the presenter:

Tim is the CEO for Business Analysts Pty Ltd (BAPL) - an expert business analysis company offering business analyst consultants for to ASX listed & private companies, government and not for profit organizations. BAPL is an Australian owned and operated company with 50 consultants operating from offices in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane. Internal practice uplift allows us to quickly ramp up with demand and maintain a very high level of competency.
With over 24 years’ experience and a strong contribution to business analysis across the globe, Tim is an acknowledged expert in his professional field.
Tim has expertise in all phases of the solution delivery life cycle with substantial practical experience in strategic analysis, business process analysis, requirements, tendering and evaluation and software implementation. He holds a Bachelor of Education, Workplace Category IV Trainer and Assessor Certificate, and is a Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®).
Tim has presented at the BA World Symposiums in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011, Building Business Capability in 2013 and 2014, PMI EMEA Global Congress 2015, IIBA Australia Chapter BA Professional Day 2013, 2015 and 2016 and participates regularly in International Institute of Business Analysis(IIBA®) forums.