An important discussion taking place on the IIBA Central Florida's Linked in forum:
Maybe you get an incredible amount of work done, but it never feels like enough. Perhaps your to-do list is always growing, no matter how hard you work or how many hours you put in. Maybe you are drowning under the burden of managing your career, being there for your family, and just want a […]
I'm very excited about this month's meeting. We have members of management from organizations around Orlando coming to discuss what they look for in the role of the BA and out of the individual BA. Please join us next Tuesday, May 21, 2013.
IIBA Central Florida Monthly Chapter Meeting
May 21, 2013
Business Analysis Across Projects and Corporations: A Panel Discussion
What is expected of today’s analyst varies widely by project and by organization, so how do you ensure successful project execution regardless of the environment? Join us as we host a panel of experienced professionals from a range of industries who will address this topic and also discuss the importance of Business Analysis in both their careers and their organizations. Come hear their answers to questions such as:
We will also seek their insight into the continued growth and direction of the Business Analyst role. The collective background of the panel includes Senior Analysts, Senior Consultants, and mid- to upper-tier management, representing a number of large companies in Orlando including First Data, PEO STRI, Dell, AAA, Gerdau Ameristeel, AT&T, U.S. Navy, and more!
Who Should Attend
6:30pm - 7pm: Food & Networking
7pm - 7:30pm: Introductions
7:30pm - 8:30pm: Meeting Topic
Attending chapter meetings is an excellent way of networking, increasing subject matter knowledge as well as gaining valuable insight, tips and solutions when handling issues in the Business Analysis and project management arenas.
DeVry Orlando Campus
4000 Millenia Boulevard
Orlando, FL 32839
Central Florida Chapter Member Cost: FREE
Presented by: Keith Nolen, North Highland Consulting
Business analysis is all about requirements. But specifying what a solution does has little value if we don't know how well it is supposed to do it. This is where non-functional requirements -- also called quality requirements, constraints, or non-behavioral requirements -- can make a difference.
NFRs are often neglected, misunderstood, or ignored. Even when they are given the attention they deserve, many professionals struggle to document and define them. Join Keith Nolen as he discusses how to create good NFRs, and how they are key to driving the value of any solution and making your project a success!