Sneak Peek into PMI Global Congress 2015 North America: Business Analysis and Requirements Management
An Inside Look at Global Congress 2015-North America Business Analysis & Requirements
Join PMI for a sneak peak discussion on Business Analysis and Requirements topics being presented at PMI’s Global Congress 2015- North America. Join us as three of the presenters discuss the key themes to be presented in their sessions.
- How to apply requirements estimation techniques that work with Joy Beatty, PMI-PBA
- How to uncover gaps while eliciting requirements by asking the “right” questions by using requirements risk management techniques with Cheryl Lee, PMP, PMI-PBA, CBAP and Ori Schibi, MBA, PMP
- How to prevent your requirements from failing before your project charter is in place with Andrew Burns, PMP, PMI-ACP
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet our expert presenters and engage in the discussion!
Moderator: David P. Bieg, Project Management Institute (PMI), Program Manager Business Analysis & Requirements
Dave joined PMI in December 2013 to serve as a Program Manager, Business Analysis and Requirements within Practitioner Markets. In this role Dave leads the planning, development and execution of all of PMI’s Business Analysis and Requirements products and services. Prior to joining PMI, Dave acted in the capacity of Chief Operating Officer & Treasurer for a Business Analysis professional association. Dave has also owned his own consulting and training business and worked in leadership roles for Lockheed Martin and GE. Dave holds a Masters degree from Johns Hopkins University. Dave resides in the heart of the Green Mountains of Vermont with his family where he is involved in numerous charitable organizations.
Session Code and Title: NA15BAR03: Uncover Gaps in your Requirements Using Requirements Risk Management Techniques
Presenter: Cheryl Lee, PMP, PMI-PBA, CBAP and Ori Schibi, MBA, PMP
Cheryl Lee (PMP, PMI-PBA, CBAP), President of BA Konnectors, is a highly experienced business analysis and project management practitioner and trainer who has mastered the ability to harmonize the PM and BA roles to deliver seamless and successful implementations. She has co-founded the PMI Southern Ontario Chapter - Business Analysis Community, the first Business Analysis Community within a PMI chapter and co-authored “Effective PM and BA Role Collaboration” (2015), J. Ross with Ori Schibi.
Ori Schibi, President of PM-Konnectors, is author of the book “Managing Stakeholder Expectations for Project Success” and co-author of the book “Effective PM and BA Role Collaboration” with Cheryl Lee. For over 25 years he has helped organizations add value, remove roadblocks, enhance communication, improve performance and create efficiencies. Ori is a visionary thought leader, client-focused motivator, connector, expert in project turnarounds, PMOs and business analysis, engaging public speaker and devoted husband and father.
Session Code and Title: NA15BAR08: Requirements Fail BC: Before Charter
Presenter: Andrew Burns, PMP, PMI-ACP
Andrew is an executive, writer, program manager, and occasionally un-irascible agilest. Andy Burns thrills to share a view of the modern Business Analyst and the PMI-PBA. Andy’s always wondering, “Where do good business cases come from – and why don’t they come here?” Come share in joy at finding answers and the right tools.
Session Code and Title: NA15BAR01 : Requirements Estimation: Get it Right the First Time
Presenter: Joy Beatty, PMI-PBA
As Vice President of Seilevel, Joy Beatty is actively involved as a leader in the requirements community. She co-authored Visual Models for Software Requirements with Anthony Chen and Software Requirements, 3rd Edition with Karl Wiegers and PMI’s Requirements Best Practices Guide.
PDUs: This webinar qualifies for the following PDUs: 1.00 PMP/PgMP, 1.00 PMI-PBA
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Keywords: Business Analysis and Requirements Management, security requirements, outcome measurement for solution delivery and implementing visual requirements, risk management, requirements estimation
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Acknowledgements: Colleen Braun