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IIBA Speaker Series - Wed Oct 28 7:30 PM

  • 28 Oct 2020
  • 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
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IIBA Toronto

Approaches for

Effective Agile Analysis Communication

for the Business Analysis Practitioner

 with references from the

IIBA Agile Analysis Extension v2



Brian Band

Harold Broos

IIBA Toronto

Come join us for an evening of social distancing

as you learn and review parts of the 

IIBA Agile Analysis Extension v2

This 1 1/2 hour session delivers

1.5 CDU credit hours for IIBA Re-certification

Wednesday, October 28,  7:30 pm

- Online - 


Effective Communication in Agile Business Analysis

Agile Analysis at the Enterprise / Strategy Layer

  • Here the priority of business goals are continually reassessed and emerging opportunities evaluated. Agile business analysis enables organizations to rapidly and effectively adapt the organization’s business goals and quickly redeploy the organization’s available resources.

Agile Analysis at the Project / Product / Initiative Layer

  • Analysis performed here is concerned with the decisions surrounding defining and delivering a solution that satisfies a need identified in strategy or the enterprise. The goal of this analysis is to deliver a solution in a way that minimizes output and maximizes outcome.

Agile Analysis at the Solution / Application / Information / Process Layer

  • Business analysis practitioners collaborate with team members to ensure there is a shared understanding of the need, identify and prioritize a backlog of actions that will meet the need, and establish a means of assessing outcomes.

Agile Techniques 

  • It can be challenging to select the right technique in a situation when seeking a desired outcome. 
  • Identify when a technique will contribute to a desired outcome. Are you communicating with an internal team or with stakeholders outside your team?
  • Ask the same question when determining which technique will assist with process analysis, and whether you are presenting to your team or to other stakeholders.
  • Which tools will aid with requirements management? Or understanding your customer? Or communicating to your customer?
  1. Backlog Refinement
  2. Behaviour Driven Development
  3. Impact Mapping
  4. Job Stories
  5. Kano Analysis
  6. Minimal Viable Product
  7. Personas
  8. Planning Workshops
  9. Portfolio Kanban
  10. Product Roadmap
  11. Purpose Alignment Model
  12. Real Options
  13. Relative Estimation
  14. Retrospectives
  15. Reviews
  16. Spikes
  17. Storyboarding
  18. Story Decomposition
  19. Story Elaboration
  20. Story Mapping
  21. User Stories
  22. Value Modelling
  23. Value Stream Mapping
  24. Visioning


Brian Band

Harold Broos


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