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($) BAgility! A workshop of adaptive techniques to stretch your business analysis dexterity

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($) BAgility! A workshop of adaptive techniques to stretch your business analysis dexterity

Time: April 18, 2019 from 9am to 2:30pm
Location: The Inn at Villanova
Street: 601 County Line Rd
City/Town: Wayne
Website or Map: https://theinnatvillanova.com/
Event Type: workshop, iiba
Organized By: Jodie Kane
Latest Activity: Feb 5

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Event Description

IIBA Philadelphia is taking a break from their traditional Prof Dev Day this year with a Prof Dev Learning and Networking Workshop.

In today’s culture of varied SDLC methodologies, business analysis agility means bringing a creative intuitive toolkit and a mindset of building relationships and designing experiences.

In this educational interactive workshop, we’ll empower a habitude of BAgility as we learn and practice techniques that can be usefully adapted in various situations and SDLC’s to improve collaboration, requirements work and delivery of better solutions.

Link to registration: BAgility Workshop

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