ON-TARGET SEMINAR INVITATION: Business Analysis Becoming a Trusted Advisor

By: PM-Partners group  12-Apr-2011
Keywords: Training Organisation

For a long time Business Analysts were considered by many to stifle innovation, the backroom number crunchers who asked the questions people weren’t interested in answering.

Times have changed. Strategic business analysis capabilities are among the most sought after skill sets within organisations and senior decision makers will go to great lengths to ensure they have the best-of-breed on their teams. Business Analysts are now leading the innovation drive with outstanding results.

During this seminar we will take you behind the scenes to show you the drivers of change within organisations and what you can do to strategically position your career.

We will show you:


»Why the influence of Business Analysts is surpassing that of Project Managers


»The top 3 "must do’s" for a Business Analyst to deliver strategic value to an organisation


»How to use assessment tools and competency models to determine your current skill level


»How to strategically plan your career and development pathway


»The role of IIBA’s®™ CCBA®™ and CBAP®™ certifications in the equation


»Case studies from Australia’s leading corporations

The session will be delivered by PM-Partners group business analysis practice leader, John Katsiris. John is the Past Chair of IIBA Australia and spent 5 years as a Director for PMI Sydney.

He will be drawing on his experience as an industry leader as well as over 15 years experience in the areas of consulting, business analysis and project management to deliver pragmatic insights and examples for you to follow.


®™, CBAP®™ and CCBA®™ are registered trademarks owned by International Institute of Business Analysis.


DATE: Tuesday 3rd May 2011


PRESENTATION: 8.00 – 9.00 AM

NETWORKING: 9.00 – 9.30 AM

LOCATION: PM-Partners group Main Boardroom Level 39, Citigroup Centre, 2 Park Street, Sydney


DATE: Monday 9th May 2011




LOCATION: PM-Partners group at Regus, Level 27, South Tower, 525 Collins Street, Melbourne

Keywords: Training Organisation