ANNUAL TRAINING DAY - FEATURING ERIC BLOOM
Business Analyst Leadership and Business Skills in a Waterfall, WAgile, Agile World
Members only full day training session. This is a member benefit and will qualify for Continuing Development Units.
In this very blended world of projects using Waterfall, Agile and every possible derivation in-between, understanding the key technical, logistical, leadership and business skill differences between them allow you to survive, thrive, and excel in a Program Manager/Scrum Master role.
This class, designed for Business Analyst using Waterfall, Agile or a blended combination of the two, is designed to enhance the specific business and interpersonal communication skills that are needed to accelerate your professional growth and maximize the potential of project success.
Class Topics include:
General overview of Agile concepts
Surviving as in a WAgile World
o Business Analyst Vs. Product Owner
o Political and methodological issues
o Effect of leading edge technologies
o Dealing with distance, time and culture
o When too many parts are moving at once
Needed business/soft skill
o Leading through influence without authority
o Interpersonal communication
o Conflict resolution
Speaker: Eric Bloom
A former CIO, today Eric Bloom is the Executive Director of the IT Management and Leadership Institute, the governing body of the ITMLP and ITMLE leadership certifications, and a leading provider of IT leadership, interpersonal communication and business skills training.
Mr. Bloom is also an Amazon #1 bestselling author, former nationally syndicated columnist, keynote speaker, TEDx Talk speaker, trainer, CIO.com contributor, past President of National Speakers Association (NSA) New England and an IDC Adjunct Research Advisor.
He is also the author of various books, including his Amazon bestseller, “Productivity Driven Success: Hidden Secrets of Organizational Efficiency” and "The CIO’s Guide to Staff Needs, Growth, and Productivity."
Contact him at eric@ ITMLInstitute.org, follow him on Twitter at @EricPBloom, or visit www.ITMLInstitute.org.