Business Analysis Agility
This course turns you into a modern business analyst: more flexible, more nimble, more effective, and more focused on solving the right problem and delivering real value.
11-12 September 2018 (10-18h)
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Location: Parker Hotel
Presented in English
by James Robertson
Price: 1450 EUR
(excl. 21% VAT)
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James Robertson is a consultant, teacher, author, project leader whose area of concern is the requirements for products, and the contribution that good requirements make to successful projects. His work in the area of business analysis and requirements gathering is valued by clients around the world.
He is the co-author of the best-selling book "Mastering the Requirements Process, Third Edition" (Pearson, 2012, ISBN: 9780321815743). This book provides guidance on finding requirements and writing them so that all the stakeholders can understand them. He also co-founded the Volere approach to requirements engineering. His most recent book is "Adrenaline Junkies and Template Zombies: Understanding Patterns of Project Behavior", written with fellow principals of The Atlantic Systems Guild, a London and New York-based think tank known for its research into new systems engineering techniques.
James Robertson has worked on almost every type of information system. His experience has led him to write numerous seminars and papers that are well respected as sources of new software development ideas.
As well as teaching his seminars and workshops, he now advises companies on how to adapt modern software development techniques to fit specific projects, and how to effectively transfer the new technologies to the software developers within the organisation. He has formed a solid partnership with his wife Suzanne to consult on numerous large-scale projects in Europe and the United States.
James and Suzanne Robertson are principals and co-founders of The Atlantic Systems Guild.
The Atlantic Systems Guild Limited is endorsed as an education provider by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA).