Ryan Folster compares the production of a TV series with incremental product development and presents some lessons we may learn from Friends.
Juande Santander-Vela explains how safe is being used to build software in a large-scale world project.
Scott Ambler, VP of Disciplined Agile at PMI, explains that there are many good options for a business analyst in an agile environment.
Ian Spence shows how a team can learn and adapt Scrum using game cards.
The master of Happy Projects, Roland Gareis, presents projects as temporary social systems to achieve unique results.
Angela Wick challenges the myth that there is no BA on agile teams.
Vince Mirabelli defines the contribution of each discipline to reach better business outcomes.
Howard Podeswa points four different techniques to help us to create stories that could be passed to the development team.
a new proposed definition
An easy way to learn and share the key concepts of Scrum.
Agile transformation impacts different roles differently. “The Agile Extension to the BABOK Guide introduces a multi level, rolling planning model to help practitioners, teams, and organizations to manage business analysis work, so they can quickly leverage learning and discover what provides the most actual value.” What values the most may change, depending on each one […]
This one is not a real video, but the content of the presentation made with prezi I used at IIBA Webinar in Jun, 18, 2020, restricted to associated members only. If you are an IIBA Member, access the IIBA website to watch the full webinar in video.
Who needs to manage a backlog? Only those who have a lot to do and little time (or resources), that is, nowadays, everyone. This video is a class that is part of the online course BABOK Guide Business Analysis produced by #thebrazilianba. Leave a comment or get in touch if you are interested and want […]