Webinar Speaker Series: 21st Century Business Analyst
This webinar series focuses on the transformations we expect to see in the business analysis space over the next five years to help today's business analysis practitioner position their career for that future.
In this series you will hear from thought leaders in the business analysis space about changes they see coming within the next five years that the profession will have to respond to. Once you register for this event you will receive a link to this pre-recorded webinar. You will have access to this recording for at least 20 days following this event date. You do not have to be available at this date and time to take advantage of this professional development opportunity. If you have any questions about the content or you would like to ask the presenter, there is a link on the webinar viewing page to a feedback survey; enter your questions there and we will get you answers to your questions.
Strategies for Having Value and Staying Relevant in the Business Analysis Practice
This presentation will explore the business analysis practice and the transformations happening in the profession. We will look at what business analysts will be doing in five years from now and look at what actions you need to embrace. Goals, community, and collaborating are key to ensuring you have value to the enterprise and are relevant to change in the coming five years.
Focus on the business outcome
Expand your view of business analysis
Own your career – education – experience – exposure
Presented by: Harold Broos, Consultant, President Toronto IIBA Chapter
Harold’s experience as a consultant includes software development and project management of software solutions, and managing the software development life cycle (SDLC) in the Small Medium Business (SMB) market. This includes the design and managing business outcomes in sales force automation (SFA) and customer relationship management (CRM).
Harold experience includes consulting in the development of PMOs and CoEs that focus on delivering strategic business outcomes using community and culture to achieving higher adoption.
Harold has a B.A. degree from Western University, and a post graduate degree from York University’s Schulich School of Business. He has served in a volunteer capacity since high school and is currently the President of IIBA Toronto Chapter.