Date: 29 Jun 2023
Business Analysts have become a critical part of the PMO in the last decade: this is driven by the rise in complexities of projects, outsourcing, and even the worldwide downturn.
Projects are bound to have numerous partners and vagueness around features, assets and stages, or potentially obscure undertaking of highlights, assets, and stages: all making necessities elicitation progressively challenging to identify.
This session will cover similarities and differences between the Project Manager and Business Analyst roles, and recommend strategies for working together effectively and efficiently.

Learning objectives:

✔️ Identify the roles of Project Manager and Business Analyst in a PMO

✔️ Case Study of PM and BA in a public sector PMO

✔️ Skills needed for both PM and BA to work together effectively, using the principles of building relationships and trust!


Energetic ... engaging ... lively ... enthusiastic ... inspiring ... words that are often used to describe Saby Waraich. A speaker with the uncanny ability to look at the normal and see something quite different, Saby shares his life stories and has a fun way to look at life as well as living life. You are guaranteed to learn a thing or two on your journey from his unique perspective. He is an Angel Investor, Mentor, Leadership Coach, Project & Program Management Expert, and Change and Volunteer Leader with a diverse experience of over 20 years in both the public and private sectors.

An internationally recognized keynote speaker, and award-winning technology leader, Saby has led multiple diverse clients in their business transformation through project successes, bolstering communications across various departments, and assisting customers in creating effective solutions to complex problems. Saby is currently working as CIO at Clackamas Community College. He speaks four languages, enjoys working with people, and brings enthusiasm, inspiration & leadership qualities.

  • Ed Scoop recently awarded him the Higher Education IT Executive of the year.
  • HMG Strategy gave him the Global Leadership Institute award for leveraging technology to deliver business value and future growth as well as the Global Technology Executives Who Matter award for delivering unparalleled value to his organization in business transformation and talent development.
  • The City of Portland created and awarded him the Purple Cow Leadership award for his excellence in leadership and complex program delivery.
  • Thinkers 360 considers him among the Top 10 Global Thought Leaders and Influencers in the Project Management community.



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