November Chapter Meeting - Making Meetings Meaningful
Overview and Learning Objectives
We've all heard it, and have likely thought ourselves sometimes. "Ugh... I've got another meeting to run to." It's as if meetings have become dreaded by our colleagues, teammates, and stakeholders. Business Analysts need to find a way to overcome this stigma to be successful in our roles. Ever wondered how some BA's a knack for keeping the group focused, driving towards decisions, and still manage to have a little fun along the way? We'll show you some of their methods of doing so...
1. Understand how successful preparation can set the stage for more efficient collaboration
2. Drive better engagement from team members, stakeholders, executes, etc.
3. Ensure action items are carried out as planned/expected
4:00 - 5:00 Presentation
5:00 - 5:30 Q&A
Kurt Wondra is high-energy, well-rounded IT consultant. He started his career as a Software Engineer and quickly realized a knack for business analysis and project management. He has been successful in understanding and communicating business requirements while also maintaining an appreciation for what it will take to implement the designed solution. His clients have continually praised his ability to hit the ground running on new projects, organize work for his teams, and develop strong working relationships with stakeholders. He earned his undergraduate degree from UW-Green Bay, his Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from UW-Oshkosh, and also the PSM I, PSM II, and PSPO certifications from Scrum.org. And in March of 2020 he achieved the designation of Certified Business Analyst Professional (CBAP) through the IIBA.
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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