Agile Virtual Meetup:
"Getting through an Agile Transformation"
Your company management starts talking about Agile Transformation. Now you have been assigned to an agile team. You hear that there is no business analyst role in agile, but you have been a Business Analyst for the past five years or more; and you love it! Now what do you do? Do you have to learn a whole new way of working? Do you have to learn to code? What is so great about this agile thing anyway?
This is an online chat session with one of our Agile enthusiasts to explore those questions and more. Whether you just want to learn more about the agile or scrum framework, your organization is going through an agile transformation, or you are interested in obtaining the IIBA® Agile Analysis Certification (IIBA®-AAC) this session is for you. We will talk about how business analysis professionals can find a role in an agile environment and provide value to the agile team and your organization.
Professionals going through an agile transformation.
Professionals seeking knowledge of agile frameworks
Professionals seeking IIBA®-AAC Certification
Presented by: Aaron Whittenberger, CBAP, CSPO
Aaron Whittenberger has 30 years of Business and Information Technology experience, including 17 years of business analysis and 15 years as a Consultant. He works for a company that is currently going through an agile transformation, so he made it a goal to be on the leading edge of that effort and went out and obtained his Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO®) certification in 2018. He earned his Certified Business Analyst ProfessionalTM (CBAP®) certification in 2008. Aaron is Founding President of the Bluegrass IIBA Chapter, as well as a past Regional Director of the IIBA® Americas Eastern Region. He is a 2016 Inductee into the Bluegrass Business Analysis Hall of Fame.
Aaron lives in Independence, KY and has four children. He recently retired from umpiring high school baseball, and now enjoys watching Cincinnati Reds, Cincinnati Bengals and UK Basketball games.
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