Topic: Social Event to "Build a Community", it's a Community Holiday Party
In this Holiday themed Agile Tips & Tricks party as we continue to “Build our Community” we will learn about the Business Model Canvas technique.
What kinds of food do you and your family serve during the holidays? Besides the main meal, lots of cakes and pies; oh, and you can't forget about the cookies! Wear your favorite holiday shirt or ugly sweater and join us for our holiday party to celebrate our community!
Business Model Canvas describes how an enterprise creates, delivers, andBluegrass and Southeast Michigan IIBA Chapters once again are joining together to celebrate the holidays and learn about some Agile Tips & Tricks from our community members and resident experts.
captures value for and from its customers. It depicts the nine building blocks for delivering value. It shows the relationship between the organization's operations, finance, customers, and offerings. The business model canvas also serves as a blueprint for implementing a strategy.
Bring your favorite Holiday recipes to share as we continue to "Build our Community".
The Agile Tips & Tricks, Holiday recipes and what we built together in our Business Model Canvas will be shared with all participants following the event.
This promises to be a fun and interactive event. Don't miss it!
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm - Virtual networking, sharing of agile tips & tricks, practicing the
Collaborative Games technique.
Facilitated by: Stephanie Hawkins, Vice President, Community Outreach and Engagement, Bluegrass IIBA Chapter and Cathy Warren, Vice President and Secretary, Southeast Michigan IIBA Chapter
Stephani Hawkins, MSIA, CISA is the Vice President of Community Outreach and Engagement for the Bluegrass IIBA Chapter. She has over 25 years of experience in the Information Technology field focusing on enterprise IT transformation, business analysis, project management, data governance, IT risk, and controls. She holds a Master's degree in Information Assurance (MSIA) from Walsh College and is a Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA).
Cathy Warren, ACBA, CPOA is the Vice President and Secretary for the Southeast Michigan IIBA Chapter. She has 10 years experience working as a Business Analyst for Department of Defense logistics modernization programs. Cathy also has 18 years experience as a Program Manager for an organ, tissue and eye donation awareness non-profit organization. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Wright State University, an Applied Certification in Business Analysis (ACBA) from Bridging the Gap, and a Certificate in Product Ownership Analysis (IIBA®-CPOA) from IIBA.
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