Who It's For

If you want to be involved in delivering the right systems—the ones that get used, then this course is for you.  Typical delegates include:
•    Business Analyst
•    Systems Analyst
•    Requirements Manager
•    Requirements Engineer
•    Project Leader / Manager
•    Product or Program manager
•    Product Owner
•    Consultant
or similar. Team members on agile projects benefit from understanding how requirements are best done in agile projects.
Users, software customers and business stakeholders have found that this course equips them to participate more effectively in the requirements process, and so ensure that the end solution matches what they really need.
IIBA Accreditation

Speaker

James Archer

Privacy Champion

ITV

James traces his structured approach to understanding processes and data to solve problems back to being trained as a Cobol programmer 30 years ago. He has 20 years experience practicing and teaching business analysis.  Building on the success of IIBA events in London that he organised, James is a co-founder of this conference. He was awarded a Masters in Innovation, Creativity and Leadership and with Penny Pullan co-edited the book, Business Analysis and Leadership (Kogan Page).   Recent work includes collaborating with NHS and Social Care organisations to set-up self-managed teams of nurses and care workers, adapting an innovative model from the Netherlands; and as a Privacy Champion for ITV International Studios to implement GDPR regulations for ITV.  James has taught Business Analysis in 17 different countries and believes that the key to great business analysis is an inclusive leadership style, thinking innovatively, working collaboratively, acting strategically and helping people discover their real business needs and requirements.