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Has a date been set for the release of the 3.0 version of the BABOK? Also, will the CBAP exam be updated as well? Any info would be appreciated! Thanks! Mike Jurcisin Comerica Bank (see full post)
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Mr. Christopher Lee C. said Excellent question. Both certifications appear to be based on Version 2 and I was wondering when we should start transitioning to Version 3 based on updated certs. Thoughts? Cheers, Chris
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Hi, new to the forum and looking for some help with my education choices. I am a Software QA analyst with over 10 years experience in the high tech field (video processing/image quality and lighting control) looking to transition... (see full post)
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I am charged with establishing a Business Analysis Center of Excellence in our IT department. I've met very few others with a similar role and thought I'd try this forum to see if anyone is interested in connecting and sharing... (see full post)
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Does anyone know the "schedule" for the CBAP exam updates, once BABOK 3.0 is released? We are running a BA Training & Certification program at my company, to help prepare participants for the CBAP exam, and we are trying to... (see full post)
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I have been a member of the IIBA for a few years now. I am a BA in Sydney Australia. I am a regular BA: requirements, stakeholders, UML , etc. There is a small number of employers here that wants Agile skills. I expect this... (see full post)
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Mr. Suresh B. said I know this response comes a few years after the question Some BAs I know do a Scrum master course.
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SpotlightNow Available on the Community Network: IIBA® Business Analysis Competency Model, version 3; IIBA/Forrester Business Analysis Survey Results; Um Guia para o Corpo de Conhecimento de Análise de Negócios™ (Portuguese Translation of the BABOK® Guide)
Posted by Mr. Dmitriy Olegovich S. on Apr 22nd, 2014 12:53am
There are 3 layers: 1. Enterprise layer 2. Business layer 3. Project layer
Posted by Mrs. Teresa A. B. on Apr 16th, 2014 12:39pm
When you assess capability gaps, you do the business a great service because not only are you identifying new opportunities for business expansion and increased profits, but you also uncover new capabilities required by the customer to meet current and future business needs. Before you can...
Posted by Mr. Sasan N. on Apr 13th, 2014 3:46am
For a long while now, I have been wanting to write a post relating to one of the most important terminologies that we have in the area of business. It is called "BOT" which is the acronym of "Business Owner Tracker". One of the uses of this term is related to people who work in a project...
Posted by Brenda C. on Jan 27th, 2014 11:11pm
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This month's webinar was a lively discussion of ways that we can improve ourselves. The PDF is in the group library . Show Description Regular work lives often slow down in the summer and people have the space to think about how they can get better at what they do. They might go to...