2018 08 02 What’s Hot and What’s Not: Trends in the World of Business Analysis

So much is going on in our project world and it’s hard to keep up. The way we complete projects keeps changing. The speed at which business changes is accelerating. Many of us have questions—lots and lots of questions.

This presentation addresses hot topics in the world of business analysis and answers questions like:

Where is our industry heading?
What is DevOps all about and how will it affect us?
What is the Digital Transformation?
Do we need to use Agile methods on Digital projects?
Why do I need to do a business case if I’ve already been assigned to an Agile project?
How can I be successful if I go out on my own?
Attendees will be able to discuss:
The latest trends in business analysis and project management
What these trends mean for practitioners of business analysis and project management
Our role on Agile projects
** Eligible for PDUs, CDUs. **

Elizabeth Larson, PMP, CBAP, CSM, Co-Principal and CEO
Watermark Learning

Elizabeth Larson, PMP, CBAP, CSM is Co-Principal and CEO of Watermark Learning and has over 30 years of experience in project management and business analysis. Elizabeth’s speaking history includes repeat keynotes and presentations for national and international conferences on five continents.

Elizabeth has co-authored five books and chapters published in four additional books, as well as articles that appear regularly in BA Times, Project Times, and Modern Analyst. Elizabeth was a lead author on the PMBOK® Guide 4th and 5th editions, as well as the BA Practice Guide, the BABOK® Guide 2.0, and an expert reviewer on the BABOK® Guide 3.0, and the PMI standard in Business Analysis.

Elizabeth enjoys traveling, hiking, reading, theater, and spending time with her 6 grandsons.

FEATURED SPONSOR: Watermark Learning

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