5 Key Areas to Standardize: Start and Grow a Business Analysis Community of Practice 

Scott Bennett, Manager of Business Analysis at IIBA in conversation with Deb Mason from Best Buy Canada and Danielle Robert from Canadian Red Cross

As competition and complexity in projects and programs increase, the need for organizations to optimize productivity while reducing costs is driving the need to standardize business analysis practices.

Depending on the maturity level of your organization areas of standardization will vary.
In this webinar we look at how business analysis team leads and managers can start standardizing 5 key areas:

  • Project Methodology Steps
  • Best Practices
  • Tools &Templates
  • Learning & Professional Development
  • Peer Reviews

If you’ve been ignoring standardization, it’s time to pay close attention in order to:

  • Increase project success rate
  • Stabilize skills
  • Optimize productivity

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Resources for Building Business Analysis Capability

The IIBA Global Corporate Program provides the support and resources organizations need to build business analysis capabilities and drive professional development and growth.

  • Enabling the Business Analysis community of an organization to have a common standard of practice through enterprise access to IIBA standards, tools, and templates
  • Empower your Business Analysis team by accelerating their career progression with access to the latest professional development tools such as the career action guide, interactive self-assessment tool, and digital library
  • Engage in a community of like-minded leaders and grow your network
  • Exclusive research and reports on the latest business analysis trends and practices

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International Institute of Business Analysis™ (IIBA®) is a professional association dedicated to supporting business analysis professionals deliver better business outcomes. IIBA connects almost 30,000 Members, over 100 Chapters, and more than 500 training, academic, and corporate partners around the world. As the global voice of the business analysis community, IIBA supports recognition of the profession, networking and community engagement, standards and resource development, and comprehensive certification programs.

For more information visit iiba.org.