Expert panel with with Bindu Channaveerappa, Alex Papworth & Andrew Turner, chaired by Adrian Reed
Increasingly, we live in a world where technology is at the heart of business. Consumers expect quick, correct and consistent responses–and in many case expect organisations to anticipate their future needs. Many innovative and customer-centric companies, both large and small, have raised the bar.
Many organisations collect and protect huge amounts of data about their processes and their customers, and there is a pressing need to tap into this data to generate genuine insight. Alongside all of this, technology continues to develop at pace enabling organisations to rethink the way they deliver their services. Traditional structures and cultures that have worked well in the past may become inhibitors to innovation and there is a danger that ‘core competencies’ may become ‘core rigidities’. The International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) recently released a paper discussing digital business analysis, and this in itself illustrates the global recognition and significance of these topics
So what is the role of the business analyst in this technologically-enabled and increasingly ‘digital’ world? Will the techniques we use change? What skills and competencies do we need to develop or enhance? These questions will be addressed in this interactive webinar!
In this webinar we will be joined by three experts, each bringing a different perspective. Each panelist will provide a short introduction, but we are keen for you to drive the agenda, so please come prepared with your questions and the panel will answer as many as they can!