Speaking at Dayton IIBA Chapter Meeting


I know this is late notice, but I will be speaking at the next Dayton International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) chapter meeting, which is tonight – March 9th!

In this presentation, we’ll start with a brief introduction of what it means to be agile, and then we’ll talk about how business analysts fit into an agile project team and how to work effectively with the rest of the project team to help your next project succeed. 

For information on the event, check out the Dayton IIBA chapter website or the event page for tonight’s chapter meeting!  If you would like to attend, you can rsvp via email to dayton.iiba@gmail.com

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