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May Meeting | IIBA Strategy to Execution Framework

Tuesday, May 21, 2019 -
5:00pm to 7:30pm
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Strategic business analysis plays a central role in creating better business outcomes. It facilitates the creation of guiding strategies that enable organizations to move from strategy to execution.
 
This talk by speaker Stuart Houlahan will introduce the IIBA Strategy to Execution Framework®, discuss where strategic analysis fits, and provide a brief introduction of the 9 key elements of the framework.

Those who are interested in connecting the dots from strategy to initiatives will enjoy learning about the following:

  • What is a Strategic Business Analyst?
  • Where does strategic business analysis fit in the overall program life cycle?
  • Overview of each of the 9 key elements of the framework

Our monthly guest speaker presentations are a great way to keep momentum in your ongoing professional development, to network with fellow BAs and peers from allied fields, and share a few laughs among friends.

For CCBAs and CBAPs, each meeting also contributes 1 CDU toward your recertification. Chapter events are open to all, so please feel welcome to invite friends or colleagues to attend.

Where: Ottawa Police Association (map)

When: Tuesday, May 21, 2019

  • 5:00 to 5:30 pm - Registration, snacks and socializing
  • 5:30 to 5:45 pm - Chapter updates and introductions
  • 5:45 to 6:45 pm - Presentation and Q&A
  • 6:45 to 7:00 pm - Door prize draw!

Event Fees: IIBA Members $11 | Non-Members $16 | Monthly Meeting Pass-holders are pre-paid


Registration

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About our Sponsor

algonquin-college-platinum-sponsor_0.pngWith a reputation for excellence and over 50 years of experience, Algonquin College Corporate Training (ACCT) provides a comprehensive range of training programs and services to support the professional development goals of individuals and the business objectives of organizations.
 
In addition to its popular “Business Analysis Essentials” college-accredited program aligned with A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide) v3, Algonquin offers a “Project Management Essentials” program as well as workshops on “Delivering Projects Using Scrum” and “Developing the Business Case.”
 
Attend open enrolment classes at Algonquin’s downtown Corporate Training Centre or, book off-the-shelf or customized classes for your team at your site or ours.
For more information, call (613) 727-7729 or visit www.algonquincollege.com/corporate


About the Chapter

The mission of the IIBA® Ottawa-Outaouais Chapter is to provide professional resources to the 200+ IIBA® members in the Ottawa-Outaouais area and to engage those working in professions related to the practice of Business Analysis. If you have any questions about attending IIBA O-O Chapter meetings, please email events@ottawa-outaouais.iiba.org

Event Details: 
About the presenter: Stuart Houlahan, CBAP, is a Business Analyst, Portfolio Manager and Project Manager with over 25 years’ experience. His company, TheStrategicBA.com, focuses on pre-project planning and high-level requirements analysis to clearly articulate business requirements, prepare powerful project proposals and detailed feasibility studies. Stuart works with senior executives to formalize a business need into an actionable project. He has worked with technology start-ups, large corporations and the Canadian Government. He consistently delivers innovative solutions that satisfy short-term operational objectives as well as strategic imperatives.
Event Location: 
Ottawa Police Association, 141 Catherine Street, Ottawa, ON K2P 1C3
Speaker: 
Stuart Houlahan
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16.00 CAD