NYC IIBA presents - Ensuring Effective Team Collaboration - an online event

Wednesday, June 7, 2023 -
06:00 to 08:00

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**Note date change on this event - Wednesday - June 7 - 6-8pm**
Session Overview

What’s the secret to successful projects and initiatives? Teamwork and effective collaboration, of course. BAs are often the glue that help teams work well together, facilitating workshops and creating a shared understanding on the outcomes required. It’s important to set up teams for success as well as implement continuous improvement processes to ensure difficulties are resolved. Team charters are commonly used for exactly that. However, some team charters are nothing more than a series of dot points containing generic ideas or vague statements.

The Team Collaboration Canvas is a new tool specifically designed to help BAs facilitate team chartering and retrospective sessions to create a shared vision, confirm working agreements, and support continuous improvement. It provides a simple method to capture the team’s ways of working along with team goals, ways to improve, and the context around the team. This session will explore the how to use the canvas to build awesome teams.

Learning Objectives

  • Participants will learn from each other and at the same time learn a tool that can help build more effective teams. 

Instructor Bio
With a background in software development, Kathy is an agile BA professional with over 30 years of experience in IT. She provides business analysis and agile training and consulting services to many organizations in a variety of industries, as well as speaks internationally on topics relating to agile, mindset and business analysis. Kathy works with teams to improve teamwork, be more innovative, and deliver better customer value.She is passionate about seeing people, teams and organizations thrive in an environment of collaboration and harmony.

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Kathy G. Berkidge