Chapter Mission Statement The mission of the NYC Chapter of the IIBA is to promote the standards, practices and the contribution of Business Analysis and provide support for the CBAP® certification. The overall goals of the NYC Chapter are
Promote the role of Business Analyst and International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®) in the New York City area business community
Promote the standards and best practices in the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®)
Facilitate knowledge sharing and individual contributions within the New York City Business Analyst community
Facilitate the professional growth of CBAP® certified Business Analysts in the New York City area
Last NYC Chapter Event
On March 12th, 2013 IIBA NYC Chapter held its monthly Chapter
Event at Microsoft. Gene Gendel Talked about
Enhancing Scrum with Kanban.
IIBA Members can download the BABOK® 2.0 in PDF version for FREE as part of their membership. You will need to login to the International site to download your PDF copy. More Details...
IIBA Non-Members can download the BABOK® 2.0 in PDF version for $29.95. You may purchase a copy using a credit card or through your PayPal account. Once you have completed your payment, you will be sent a download link allowing you to access your copy of the PDF. Please be aware that the link will expire one week after purchase. If you have any questions regarding your purchase, please contact
http://www.iiba.org/website at this link.
IIBA New York City Chapter proudly presents:
Building a Business Analysis Competency and Training Program
When: Tuesday June 11, 2013 from 5:30PM - 7:30PM.
Where: Microsoft (6th Floor Conf Room: Palace) 1290 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY (Between 51st and 52nd St.)
UPS recognized the importance of Business Analysts to the overall success of our business by contributing to innovative, efficient and completive solutions to business problems and development of software. UPS determined that business analysis had to be a disciplined approach for introducing and managing change to our business and needed to improve how we did business analysis and improve our Business Analysts to ensure they had the necessary skills and competency to contribute to the business. UPS established a Business Analysis Competency Improvement initiative to raise the overall competency of Business Analysts.
Cost: Free for Chapter members or $15 for non-chapter members.