|Date:||14 Mar 2018|
A journey towards an Agile Business Analysis Practice
At CDL we want to share “A Christmas Carol” style journey of the past, present and future of analysis in our organisation. How as an organisation fully committed to Agile principles has had a positive impact on the Analyst role. We’ll take you on a journey through how people, skills and processes have transitioned during this period and where we see them heading. Insights into how our team of analysts are helping build a thriving agile analyst practice and how they are the key to shaping its future.
Ian Powney is an Analyst Team Leader/Senior Business Analyst with over 10 years’ experience, he leads multiple analysts across multiple teams to deliver high value and high priority projects utilising agile methodologies, particularly SCRUM for the insurance personal lines and insurer markets. Having held previous roles such as Product Owner and Channel Manager has brought a wealth of diverse experience and knowledge.
Adrian Robinson is a Lead Analyst at CDL. He has been working at CDL for 6 years and has worked across a variety of waterfall and agile projects delivering digital and enterprise solutions. Adrian is responsible for the technical leadership of a team of analysts working across CDL’s digital project work streams.
Building a BA Community of Practice within DWP
Jon and Hayley will share their approach to building a community within the DWP, why they started the journey, the benefits that it brings and some of the hurdles they have encountered. An interactive session to ask questions, learn from each other and share our experiences.
Jon Osborn - Head of Role for Business Analysis, DWP
Hayley Goldthorpe has experience in working on both agile and waterfall projects. She has been working as a Business Analyst for just over 7 years and has over 10 years experience in service improvement.
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