Melbourne 2016 Presenters

For Melbourne’s Business Analysis Professional Day the following presenters have been announced:

Presentations:

  • Andrew Hobday – Remaining relevant as a Business Analyst in the new world of digital disruption and innovation
  • Annie McGlade – Recapping the BA Role: The Six Hats of Requirements Elicitation & Communication
  • Carol Chew – Leading Business Excellence: Agile Analysis
  • Damian Wilson – Business Critical
  • Glenn Brule – The Fox and The Grapes: “It is easy to despise what you cannot get”
  • Mark Eagleton – Bridging the divide: BA design collaboration
  • Neil Bazley – The Opportunity for Motive (and the Means!)
  • Tim Coventry – “C” Level Execs get why good business analysis is critical, why can’t BAs explain it?
  • Panel discussion – Do you have what it takes to transform into an Agile Business Analyst?

Workshops:

  • Craig Martin – A journey through business design using hybrid thinking
  • Haydn Thomas – Intelligent Disobedience – the difference between good and GREAT leaders
  • Taruni Falconer – Communicating With Stakeholders: Making Cross-Cultural Communication Work For You

Note – workshop sessions have limited capacity and access is not guaranteed to all conference attendees. Pre-registration for workshops will be opened prior to the event.

Quick Bites:

  • Saiful Nasir – Do you know the impact of your requirements?
  • Stephanie Gaddin – The BA as a professional for SME’s
  • Ian Tan – IIBA Certification: An overview of the changes
  • Ian Tan – Demystifying the BA Core Concept Model
  • Primrose Maclean\Ally Wilkinson – Use cases in Agile?
  • Carol Chew – How to determine a Minimum Viable Product?