She designed the material used for the BABOK 2.0 and BABOK 3.0
study groups held by IIBA RO since 2013 and conducted most of the study groups' sessions.
In day to day she is IT Development Center Manager for a
multinational juggling with the people manager, business analysis,
project manager hats.
Children do not need user manuals
Have you ever seen a child reading the user manual of a toy, an apple or water bottle? Children have their own mechanism to find out how things work and how can be used. While growing up in the society children are losing these mechanisms. Business analysts should study and learn how children think, how they solve problems, how they make associations, how they are creative and try applying what they learn when accompanying the design of new products. What can a child teach us about how to design new things? What childhood techniques can we add at to our BA toolbox?
Ending the ICE AGE : Transforming legacy systems
Great companies are in business since the days when a computer was as big as a room.
The IT systems of these companies were built in time and reached at some moment a good level of robustness and efficacy. They are mammoth systems, covering the processes and incorporating the business rules governing the business.
Mammoth-like systems do not allow for agility and adaptively to new tech and to new market trends.
The Business Analyst, coordinating with IT architecture, can transform phase by phase the mammoth.
This is the story of a team of business analysts, IT architects and developers that are currently in the process of transforming a mammoth.
BA for IT infrastructure projects (синхронный перевод)
BA is an important player in most of the software development projects but rarely included in any IT infra project teams.