Upcoming

November Speaker Series

November 22, 2017 - 6:30 PM



IIBA Toronto Roles in Agile Series

In this session, attendees will be introduced to a number of core concepts that are crucial to the generation of valuable estimates and forecasts in an agile environment. Through examples, attendees will leave with a set of tools that can be immediately applied to their teams’ backlogs.


Specifically, we will explore:

  • Why estimates are important
  • Why estimating is difficult for humans, and what we can do about it
  • When Scrum Teams estimate
  • User Story composition
  • Planning Poker (An agile estimation technique)
  • What to do when an estimated item is too large
  • How to translate solid estimation practices into valuable forecasts


There will be time set aside at the end for Q&A.


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Mentorship & Coaching Program


November 9 to February15

Connect and collaborate to build your competencies and your community.  In your lifetime you should be both a mentor and a mentee. In your lifetime you should both coach others and be coached. Several times in fact. The quality of your career and the realization of your aspirations will likely depend on it. 


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Program brochure
and to understand why
mentorship and coaching
work!



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particulars and to register.




SQL for Data Analytics Workshop


November 11 to December 16


Join Jing Yan in this 36 hour SQL for Data Analytics workshop that will build your ability to confidently perform data analysis. You will gain the knowledge and skills needed to understand what Structured Query Language (SQL) will deliver and how it deliver the information. You will be have the capacity to answer business questions, using Microsoft SQL (MSSQL). And you will have the capacity to deliver a visualization of the data using Tableau.


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Mind Mapping
& Brainstorming Workshop


November 18, 9 am


The benefits of learning Mind Mapping with Brian Band.

  • be competent in the basics of mind mapping
  • have actively practiced it on key business analyst task groupings
  • have observed the limitations of current business analysis tools and the advantages of mind mapping
  • be able to explain why it is an important business analysis tool
  • understand the advantages of mind maps as a tool for business analysis
  • have practiced the n mind mapping principals individually and collectively
  • have started developing a person mind mapping style

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Applied
Business Architecture

December 11 to December 14

Presented in partnership with Enterprise Architects





What's Next

Next Upcoming Event

09 Nov 2017 6:15 PM • Hudson's Bay Centre, 2 Bloor Street East, 31st Floor, Toronto ON
18 Nov 2017 9:00 AM • Room E430, 146 Kendal Avenue, Toronto, ON
22 Nov 2017 6:30 PM • 180 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 3K1
23 Nov 2017 6:15 PM •
23 Nov 2017 7:00 PM • Milliken Mills Community Centre, 7600 Kennedy Rd, Markham, ON L3R 9S5


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Recent Partnerships with Sponsors


George Brown College
Information Systems
Business Analysis Program
Speaker Series and Workshop Series Partner


Global Knowledge
Partnering to bring our in-person study groups alive and space for our community to engage and connect




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Small Meetups

6-Nov-2017  This week we have two small meetups happening. Both are open to those studying for their IIBA Certification exams. This applies to the ECBA, CCBA and CBAP exams.





Volunteer
To Connect &
Grow Your Career


7-Nov-2017  We have two projects underway which has enough volunteers. Two more will be announced shortly.





Business Analysis
Body of Knowledge
It all starts here



Business Analysis
Body of Knowledge
(BABOK) Study Groups



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Guide v3 here





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