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"Having a Whale of a Good Time” - Product Owner as BA

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Saxons Training Facility(PM Partners)

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10 Barrack Street

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Many questions have been asked about where Business Analysts sit in the world of Scrum. The truth is, with the many skills they bring to the table they are well suited to work in the capacity of a Product Owner. The Product Owner is a member of the Scrum Team such that they represent the voice of the customer and at the same time must be able to clearly articulate that voice such that the Scrum Team is able to deliver value.

While this role is not for the faint of heart and requires such skills as facilitation, negotiation, prioritisation, stakeholder management, SCRUM expertise, Domain Expertise, ability to write user stories, your facilitator will demonstrate how best to manage this role and the extent of your responsibilities through a very interactive activity that promotes the criticality of requirements and the Role of the Product Owner.

Through the development of a “Punch and Judy” show participants will learn to appreciate how the role of a Business Analyst and Product Owner aligns themselves in a Scrum environment.

Topics your facilitator will address:
1. Product Owner Role Defined
2. Product Owner and Business Analyst
3. Criticality of getting requirements right as a product owner

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Our Speaker

Glenn R. Brulé, CBAP, CSM

Glenn brings more than two decades of focused business analysis experience to every client engagement. Ranked in the world’s top ten as a subject matter expert, Glenn has worked with clients across the energy, financial services, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, insurance and automotive industries, as well as government agencies across the world to build and mature their business analysis capabilities.

As a Certified Scrum Master, CSM, Glenn is a proven leader when it comes to working in Agile environments. He is most passionate about ensuring that self organising teams are winning teams that appreciate the ever changing dynamics of a culture that is shifting towards an Agile environment.

Traveling extensively to speak at conferences, and work with clients, Glenn has practical experience that provides a real world perspective of Business Analysis in regions around the world, and has proven guidance on how to overcome geographic, cultural and language barriers.

In 2009, Glenn published two works, the CBAP™ Exam: Practice Test and Study Guide and Business Analysis Terms, 1st edition. He is also a regular contributor to Modern Analyst and BA Times as well as other industry publications.

As a founding board member of IIBA® and President, IIBA Australia Glenn drives the advancement of the BA profession globally. His personal commitment and involvement has resulted in the founding of chapters in more than a dozen countries in the Americas, Europe and Asia.

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Event Registration Details

Event Date: Thursday, 1 March 2018, registration from 5.30 pm

Registrations Close: Wednesday, 28 Feb, 3pm or when capacity has been reached.

Event Location: Level 10, Barrack Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

Event Schedule:

5.30pm - 6.00pm - Registration & light food and refreshments

6.00pm - 7.30pm - Presentation

IIBA® Australian Chapter Members : Free (must register for this event individually using their unique IIBA® membership number)

Non-Members : $30 ex GST

All non-members are encouraged to become a Australia Chapter member to take advantage of free events plus many other benefits


Click the link below for details on how to become a IIBA ® Australia Chapter Member:

https://australia.iiba.org/chapter-membership

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