March Chapter Meeting - BA Job Crafting: The Time Is Now!
Overview and Learning Objectives
“Job crafting” is not a new concept. In fact, it has been a known term in organizational psychology since 2001, originally coined by Amy Wrzesniewski and Jane Dutton. Since then, there has been substantial research and evaluation of the concept in a multitude of contexts. So, why are we talking about it 20 years later? Given the current employment environment (where demand excessively exceeds supply), the world is in a unique scenario – especially business analysts. Whether you are newly exploring the practice or are a seasoned practitioner, you have a rare opportunity in front of you; and job crafting is a big part of it. Join us for this interactive session as we discuss…
• What is job crafting?
• How does it impact individual contributors?
• How does it impact organizations?
• How can it impact me, as a BA? (More importantly, am I already doing it?)
4:00 - 5:00 Presentation
5:00 - 5:30 Q&A
Koryn Anderson, CBAP® enjoyed a couple of careers before finding her ultimate one. She has been a business analyst for more than 15 years and is currently a Lead Business Analyst at Baird. She is passionate about the BA discipline, having volunteered for IIBA in many capacities. She served on the IIBA Southeast Wisconsin Chapter Board for over seven years, earning global recognition as the 2018 Volunteer of the Year for the Americas Central Region. She currently volunteers at the global level as the Vice Chair as well as Communications Director for the Global Chapter Council. Her BA musings and ramblings can be found monthly in the IIBA Analyst Catalyst blog series, entitled Be Bold. Get Inspired. Take Action.
Zoom - A few days before the meeting, the link to the meeting will be sent to the people who are registered.
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