Date: 24 - 26 Sep 2018
Where: London

The 10th annual Business Analysis Conference Europe provides an unparalleled networking opportunity for Business Analysts from across Europe and beyond. Whether you're just starting your BA journey, you're an experienced BA or you'd like to understand the role of BAs further, this conference is for you.

Benefits of attending:

  • Learn from your peers. The conference provides an interactive forum where Business Analysts can meet, discuss and debate how best to rise to the challenges faced by their organisations today and in the future. In 2017, conference attendees had the opportunity to network with and learn from over 520 fellow Business Analysis practitioners.
  • Focus on company case studies and learn from other Business Analysts past successes and challenges. Case studies and contributors include Allianz Insurance • • AssistKD • Aviva • BBC • B&CE–The People’s Pension • Capita Transformation • First Rate Exchange Services • John Lewis • Lloyds Banking Group • National Grid • Nationwide • Nottingham Trent University • Royal London Group • Scottish Parliament • Standard Life • The British Council • The Home Office • University College London • University of Leeds • Welcom Digital • XL Catlin  
  • Twelve pre-conference workshops. Choose from a comprehensive range of workshops on specific topics to get you quickly up to speed or fine tune your performance. Choose from introductory to advanced levels.
  • BCS certification: Two full day pre-conference workshops covering the BCS Foundation Certificate in Business Change and the BCS Foundation Certificate in Business Analysis; both include the certification examination. Places are limited.
  • Six conference tracks with more than 50 sessions focusing on company case studies.  The tracks for this year are BA Careers, Techniques, People, Innovation, Leadership & Governance and The BA Conference Through the Years -  As part of the 10th year celebrations, this bonus track extends an invitation to the very best presenters to return and re-deliver the very best presentations, voted by you over the last 9 years.
  • Keynotes include: The DNA of the Champion - Sir Clive Woodward, England’s 2003 Rugby World Cup Winning Head Coach & Former Director of Sport Team GB; Change is a Critical Incident – Treat it as Such - Maxine de Brunner, Former Deputy Assistant Commissioner for the Metropolitan Police;  The BA Bucket List: 5 Things to Do in your BA Career - Craig Rollason, UK Head of Project Delivery Services, National Grid;  Negotiation – A Process Not an Event - Suzanne Williams, Hostage Negotiator

IIBA UK members get a 15 per cent discount.

Register, visit the conference website or download the brochure.  Contact IRM UK on  or call +44 (0)20 8866 8366.




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