ISMA 15 conference: Agile Business Analysis – Presenting IIBA® Approach to Agile Delivery
Federico Maria Capo (IIBA® Italy Chapter)
- Agile Business Analysis
- Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide
- Agile Mindset
- Planning Horizons
- Business Analysis Agile Techniques
Benefits for Participants:
- Understand core concept of Business Analysis and, in particular, Agile Business Analysis core elements, referring to BABOK Guide V3 and Agile Extension to the BABOK ® Guide, Version 2.0
In recent years, Agile frameworks have become widespread, moving beyond the core area of software development towards any area of the business where changes happen within a fairly short time. Being “agile” on your business means, nowadays, to apply a common set of values and underlying competencies, prior to the technical skills.
These human features are better known as “agile mindset”. Key elements of any agile mindset are inspection and adaptation. Focusing on maximizing business value, the Agile Business Analysis is the natural methodology for better development of any type of business outcomes.
Planning Horizons and Right Techniques are main ingredients of the Agile BA formula, presented by Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide to assure an appropriate level of granularity, responding time frame, and feedback loop exploitation in fast changing environment.
Federico Maria Capo received a degree cum laude in Economics from University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy and is currently working as a Senior Consultant for Consulting at NTT DATA Italia, gaining experience in Business Analysis applied to many Business Areas (Demand Management, Service Management, CRM, etc.) and Market Sectors (Telco, Energy, Banking). He is Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®), Professional Scrum Master™ (PSM I) and Professional Scrum Product Owner™ Level I (PSPO I). In 2017, Mr. Capo has been awarded by IIBA® Italy Chapter in recognition of his contribution as Volunteer. Since January 2018 he is Deputy Director – Operations ad interim at IIBA® Italy Chapter