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a neglected business process?
Everyday Meetings a neglected business process? Beatrice Briggs, Certified™ Professional Facilitator 10/24/2018 4:00:00 AM
7 Habits of Highly Effective Business Analysts
7 Habits of Highly Effective Business Analysts Description As business analysts there are habits we can adopt for success. This presentation will focus on how habits such as planning, stakeholder
Explore What’s New in the Online Library
Our online reading library includes access to a wide selection of books on different topics including: Agile methodologies and techniques; Business process modeling and management; Business
2016 Webinar Series
2016 Webinar Series Learning Webinars – Feature industry experts in the field of Business Analysis.   Sessions reflect themes such as Professional Development, BA trends and other topics
IIBA Academic Program Members
These are Academic Institutions, listed alphabetically, who have access to IIBA resources and have given consent to be publicly advertised.
Enhancing the BA Career Roadmap
Enhancing the BA Career Roadmap IIBA® understands the importance of enhancing the value and support we provide to business analysis practitioners around the world, and that is why I am excited
Become a Member
Become a Member | IIBA | International Institute of Business Analysis International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA), the association for business analysts, offers the BABOK Guide, ECPA,
Business Analysis Global Communities
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International Institute of Business Analysis™ (IIBA®) is a Canadian Corporation headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Please contact IIBA if you have any questions or comments.
Building the Foundation for Change
The Effective BA - Going from Good to Great: Building the Foundation for Change Description The reason projects exists is because there is a need for change. What attendees will receive out of