Understand what is an MVP (Minimum Viable Product), the difference from a Minimum Marketable Product, Prototypes, Proof of Concept, and Proof of Value.
WORKSHOP: The Business Analyst is encouraged to take responsibility for identifying the “real” problems and opportunities and enabled to do it using the right elicitation technique for each situation.
FLASH WORKSHOP: The BA core concepts are applied to a practical case study in a very interactive session based on the Star Wars movie.
WORKSHOP: simple techniques to focus on real business needs and stimulate the creativity of your stakeholders.
Grant Wright and Paddy Dhanda show how visual thinking may be available for anyone to communicate better and interact in a more creative and funny way.
Andrej Guštin tells the story of data storytelling and shows how BAs can understand their audience to show the context behind data.
Ivar Jacobson tells some of the craziest things he has noticed after 50 years of working with methods and frameworks.
My pets teach me how to classify and choose the best technique for different situations.
Paddy Dhanda and Grant Wright show you how to put visual thinking into practice.
Dr. Penny Pullan shares some tips to plan an effective workshop.
Howard Podeswa explains the meaning and how to use Acceptance Criterias in a Software Development life-cycle based on an Agile Approach.
Howard Podeswa points four different techniques to help us to create stories that could be passed to the development team.
Communicating clearly and unambiguously is an art. But it needs to be more than that, it needs to be a science. Professional organizations cannot be at the mercy of the fact that everything that is implied in a message is properly “guessed” by their interlocutors. Techniques such as Concept Modeling, shown in this video, and […]
Analyzing Maria´s business anybody can understand why the separation between processes and rules is a fundamental concept in business modeling. This division can help to simplify and manage organizations.