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Your top events at Project World Business Analyst World Toronto 2016

Your top events at Project World Business Analyst World Toronto 2016

Your guide to the best symposia sessions, workshops and events at this year’s Project World Business Analyst World Toronto. Don’t miss out on the highlights, read on now!

For those of you who aren’t already clued up, today marks the beginning of Project World Business Analyst World 2016 in the one and only Toronto. The events kick off at 8.30am in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. We know what you’re thinking, where do you start? With so many events this year, it’s going to be a challenge to hand pick the best events. But don’t fret! Help is at hand. Read on for the top events not to be missed, including our top picks for Project Management, Business Analysis and Agile practitioners.

 Our top picks for Project Management:

Project Management Innovation – What’s New? Senior Project Manager, Ian Frazer will be taking a look at the last few years of project management and the tools frequently used for the small, medium, and large projects, as well as some of the lessons learned.

Motivation is the Key to Leading a Successful Project Team Project Manager, Hadir Ashry explores the pressure points of Project Management and how to improve motivation and create a more successful project team.

No-Bull Project Management: Dealing With the Politics and People Issues that Bring Projects Down Principal at Cambridge Consulting, David Po-Chedley’s session intends to identify ways project leaders can remove barriers to individual and team accomplishment, reviewing the six No-Bull practices that work in the real world.

Our top picks for Business Analysis:

Enterprise Analysis: That Twinkle in Their Eye CFO & Chief Paper Pusher, Paul Crosby discusses how to ‘Start stronger – Finish stronger’ by aligning capabilities and outcomes to the organization’s goals through a strong Enterprise Analysis strategy.

The Badass Business Analyst: Little Slices of Big Truths Owner and Principal Consultant, Bob Prentiss provides a deeper look into what makes a Badass BA, how to and maximize both career and life potential.

The BA of the Future and How to Get There Senior Director, Business Analysis Practice, Matthew Leach and IT Leader, Andrew Mitchell discuss the changing role of the BA and how Business Analysts can gather the necessary experience and tools.

Our top picks for Agile:

10 Crazy Things that can happen in an Agile Project Consultant, Hans Aggarwal presents the behavior-modifying challenges faced by a business analyst and explores different approaches for handling them.

Are Agile Projects Really More Successful? The Real Factors that Make Agile Work Serrador Project Management President and Author, Pedro Serrador explores whether agile methodologies are more successful than traditional methodologies and which aspects of agile lead to success.

TECH SPOTLIGHT: Agile Business Analysis in the Enterprise TechnoSolutions Corporation’s Ashu Potnis speaks about documents agile requirements, improve user stories and organize releases and sprints more effectively.

For a full list of events, click here.

As the preferred software definition platform for many Project Managers, Business Analysts, Technical and Requirements Analysts and Quality Assurance Managers, Justinmind is sponsoring this year’s conference! With Justinmind, you can supercharge your prototyping process with Enterprise features such as collaboration on premise, requirements management, account management, and much more. Want more information?

Come down and say hi, we’re here all week! We’re even offering a FREE 3 month trial of Justinmind Enterprise to those who pop by!

So, what are you waiting for? For all Project Managers, Business Analysts, Team Leaders and Technical Analysts in Toronto this week, Project World Business Analyst World is where you need to be! We’ll save you a seat! 😉


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Emily Grace Adiseshiah

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