Topic: 10 Tips for Enterprise Agility
Important Notice: Our chapter leaders will continue to follow the news and recommendations concerning the coronavirus pandemic from the CDC and state health officials throughout the summer. As this date approaches we will decide, based on the current recommendations of state health officials, whether this meeting will be completely remote. This decision will be made at least one week prior to the event.
The days of thinking that transformation is isolated to the IT department are over. One of the biggest challenges of a global organization is not only adapting to market demands but doing so in a way that advances new business lines, encourages customer-oriented collaboration, and promotes continuous improvement. This new way of working must be based on promoting new cultural changes, rethinking management practices, transforming processes organization-wide, and optimizing all departments by focusing on the core business.
As a result, many organizations are adopting agile principles and practices to effectively respond to today’s volatile business environment and better meet customer needs. But adopting agile is not the same as achieving business agility.
Join me for a webinar to understand:
- What is Agile (beyond the buzzwords)?
- How the scope of Agile has gone beyond IT and translates to the entire enterprise
- What practices enable enterprise agility
- Applying analysis at all levels of the enterprise
- Actionable items you can implement to enhance agility
Project Business Analysts
Enterprise Business Analysts
Business Systems Analysts
Business and Solution Architects
Business Relationship Managers
Managers of Business Analysts
BACoE and PMO Directors
Business Analyst Manager
6:00 pm - 6:20 pm - Networking and Refreshments
6:20 pm - 6:30 pm - Chapter News
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm - Program
Presented by: Ali Cox, General Manager and Lead Instructor and Consultant
Alison (Ali) Cox has over 30 years of experience in business analysis, agile, project methodology development and training, systems development (mainframe, client-server, and web), and telecommunications management. She began her career in the financial services area, and then moved into systems development for accounting systems. Ali has lived through IT initiatives from waterfall to implementing agile in her own small business, then helping other companies do the same through training and mentoring. She believes that having the small business mentality (everyone has to pitch in on everything) is the right kind of mindset for all organizations, no matter the size.
As Lead Expert in Business Analysis + Agile and General Manager for Netmind, Ali provides training and mentoring for businesses ranging in size from a single team to Fortune 500 companies worldwide. She also speaks Spanish fluently!
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