Agile Business (L)
Thursday 10:30 - 11:14
Session type: Lecture
Session level: Suitable for all
Agile analysis: doing the right things to enable value creation
The ability to analyse business needs is an essential skill if we are to ensure that organisations focus their resources and investment funds on solving the root causes of problems. However, analysis skills are often overlooked or considered unnecessary when applying agile approaches. This talk discusses the importance of business analysis, when and by whom it should be done, and key analysis techniques that will ensure backlogs contain work items that will offer value to the business.
Agile analysis: doing the right things to enable value creation’ Lynda Girvan
Lynda Girvan has over 25 years’ experience in business and systems development as a consultant, professional trainer and practitioner in both public and private sectors. Lynda has extensive experience of adding value to organisations at a variety of levels including coaching agile development teams, or helping board level change projects. Lynda’s particular strength is applying business analysis and agile techniques together to help organisations overcome challenging business problems. Lynda explored this topic as co-author of the BCS book, ‘Agile and Business Analysis’ published in 2017. Lyn is Head of Profession for Business Analysis and Lead Agile Business Analyst at CMC Partnership Limited. She is also an examiner on the BCS BA Diploma and a regular speaker on Business Analysis and Agile topics.