“The value and solutions delivered in an agile initiative are similar to any other initiative. The difference with an agile approach is the emphasis on delivering value early in a highly collaborative manner, using adaptive planning that has a focus on continuous improvement.” Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge: BABOK Guide, vol. 3.0, International Institute of Business Analysis, Toronto : Ontario, 2015, p. 368.
During this 1-hour session, targeted at junior and intermediate level BAs, Carol will debunk some of the common agile analysis misconceptions. She will also address how, when agile analysis is embedded in the software development lifecycle and used appropriately, it can be successful in bringing business value to the organisation and stakeholders.
- What is agile analysis?
- Why agile analysis?
- Agile analysis in the SDLC
- Misconceptions of agile analysis
- Role of a business analyst in an agile team
Carol Chew – Principal Business Analyst APAC at Mediaocean
Carol is an accomplished senior manager and business analyst with experience across the professional and financial services, higher education, media and advertising industries.
She has a proven track record for leading web and digital transformation projects, product development of financial and tax management software, and e-Commerce implementation. Her industry reputation exemplifies her knowledge, leadership, and commitment to business analysis best practices.
Carol works at Mediaocean (formally BCC AdSystems) who are the leading software platform for the advertising world. She is the Principal Business Analyst managing the Asia Pacific Business Analysis Practice, coaching and mentoring a team of business analysts and product managers.