BADD 2016 : Breakout - BadAss Business Analysis Techniques

Badass business analysis techniques?      

thinking.png      You might be thinking “Cool! What are those?” or “I know lots of techniques already so this session probably is not going to be of any help”.

Before you make any decisions, let me ask you the following question: Do any of the statements below ring true regarding a meeting you either recently attended or facilitated?

• The attendees during the brainstorming session were all zombified by the approach and the results.
• The icebreaker was frozen solid and “Let It Go” was all anyone could say.
• The decision model failed to make a decision and everyone muttered “thanks for wasting my time” as they left the room.
• The process modeling session took so long someone literally fell asleep at the table.

If you have seen or experienced any of those scenarios, you might want to rethink the techniques you are using. Businesses today are changing rapidly.
The same old techniques that you have been using may not be living up to the agility and speed required to succeed in this new dynamic marketplace of change.

♦             Are you ready to learn and practice some new and very helpful techniques you have never heard of before? 

♦             Are you ready to expand your frame of reference and re-look at how you facilitate?


It does not take a Badass Business Analyst to learn these new techniques, but if you are willing, you are well on your way to becoming a Badass Business Analyst!

About the Presenter : Bob Prentiss, from Bob the BA

Bob the BA provides badass business analysis training, consulting and mentoring services. Bob is passionate about helping you think, learn and work differently. Bob is CBAP® certified with 25+ years of experience in corporate America; with a background in managing BA centers of excellence, assessing and managing BA maturity, quality, and competency. Bob is an award winning curriculum developer. Bob is the author of ‘The Badass Business  Analyst: Little Slices of Big Truths’.  Bob has presented numerous keynote, workshops, seminars, conferences, and training sessions across North America. Bob is a founding member and past President of the IIBA® MSP Chapter.