BADD 2017 - Breakout Session : What's Your Strategy?
Building a Personal Leadership Strategy for
Any Role You're In
Are you embarking on a new leadership role? Managing a new project with unknown stakeholders? Assigned as a BA to an existing team? All good leaders continuously strive to understand themselves, their environment and those they lead. No matter what role you're in or project you're on, having a Personal Leadership Strategy that is reasonable, actionable, and achievable no matter your experience, project or place in life can benefit you.
In this session, Michelle will take you through the Personal Leadership strategy she created for herself while floundering as a new President of the St. Louis Chapter of the IIBA. While walking through her plan, and hearing about her comical leadership failures, you'll be invited to build your own plan along the way. Creating a simple leadership strategy, taking into account strengths, weaknesses, goals, environment, motivation, and more is what Michelle attributes to being the leading driver for what the board was able to accomplish in just two short years. Accomplishments which lead to the chapter's nomination in not one, but three, 2016 IIBA Chapter Awards. The Personal Leadership Strategy built to lead a chapter quickly became a strategy used for all her new leadership endeavors.
Michelle Green, CBAP is a Senior Business Analyst with the Enterprise Competency Center with JM Family Enterprises, Inc., a diversified automotive company ranked by Forbes as the 30th-largest privately held company in the U.S. It is also consistently ranked by FORTUNE as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For, and by ‘Computerworld Magazine’ as 100 Best Places to Work in IT. In her 20 years with JM Family, Michelle has had the pleasure of watching the Business Analysis and Project Management disciplines grow and mature into vital departments throughout the company's lines of business. To date, she has logged over 25,000 project hours as either a Business Analyst, Project Manager, or hybrid of both. Michelle has served on the IIBA St. Louis Board of Directors as the Chapter's President, Webmaster and Newsletter Editor In Chief.