November Chapter Meeting - Formulating the Experiment: Pilots, Prototypes, and Proofs of Concept
Overview and Learning Objectives
Experimentation is a powerful tool of product development that can be used to elicit and validate requirements, evaluate solutions, and mitigate risk. While pilots, prototypes, and proofs of concept are ubiquitous in product development today, their objectives and outcomes are often misunderstood and ambiguously defined, muting their effectiveness. Enhanced knowledge of experimentation techniques can be a vital resource in a business analyst’s toolkit, especially for those working with emerging technologies and innovations.
This session will cover:
- Characteristics, objectives, and outcomes of each type of experiment
- Critical questions for eliciting deliverable requirements and defining the experiment
- Using experiments as requirements elicitation and solution evaluation techniques
- Tips for maximizing the outcomes of the experiment
4:00 - 5:00 Presentation
5:00 - 5:30 Q&A
Laura Fernandes, CBAP®, has fifteen year's experience as a practitioner and people leader in the business analysis profession working with stakeholders in financial, retail, and logistics environments.
Laura has spoken at numerous chapter meetings and conferences in the Midwest including The Path to Agility, BA-CON, the Southwestern Ohio BA Regional Conference, West Michigan BADD and the Dayton PMI Summit as well as academic conferences in Greece and Canada.
She currently serves as the VP of Technology for the Columbus, Ohio IIBA Chapter.
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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