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As you may know, the International Institute of Business Analysis released version 3.0 of the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge BABOK® in April. We have been busy this summer with updating a number of our courses to align with BABOK V3.0. The following courses are now updated and will be aligned with BABOK 3 for the Fall 2015 term
Winter 2015 Registration Now Open! Registration is now open for Winter 2015 class in the Business Analysis Certificate program. This term includes offerings for two new electives! Here is a breakdown of our offerings by campus:
Ever say the phrase “let me google it”? You’re not alone: 93% of internet traffic comes from search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo. You can’t afford to let this sizeable pool of prospects slip away! Be seen first: Through Search Engine Optimization (SEO), small changes to your website can often bring your website from page 50 to page #1. Search engines are smart, but they still need our help.
We allot four 30-minute timeslots for presentations and/or discussions. Any un-meetup attendee can provide a lightening presentation to pitch their topic (2min max, no slides) – The proposed topic must relate to the Networking theme. The audience will then vote on the topics that interest them most. This will be fun and engaging, not a simple show-of-hands – even the voting process contains networking.
This event will focus on the techniques of persuasion from a business analyst perspective. Persuasion has technical skills – just like process modeling – and steps to follow if you’re going to build support. Going from being an order taker to leading the creation of value requires that analysts master these techniques and provide persuasive leadership. This is a deep dive into specific questions to ask, situations to look for, and methods for engaging executives – all from a business analyst’s perspective and rich in personal stories and experiences.
Successful people don’t take no for an answer! Learn how to get what you want with KARASS Negotiation. Join HalTech and KARRASS to learn the skills you need to negotiate successfully. Registration includes:
Security is a topic we have not yet specifically covered in a meetup. ISC2 categorizes security into 10 security domains: Access Control Systems and Methodology Telecommunications and Network Security Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery Planning (Meetup #35) Security Management Practices Security Architecture and Models Law, Investigation, and Ethics Application and Systems Development Security Cryptography Computer Operations Security Physical Security Join us in March as we have two security experts address your cyber security concerns and questions.
This power session covers three elements related to project troubleshooting and recovery: (1) providing an introduction to project recovery and an overview of recovery activities, (2) introducing concepts related to problem prevention, and (3) outlining benefits Business Analysts (BAs) can deliver and the key role BAs can assume in “doing the right things” as part of the prevention and recovery efforts.
HalTech’s N2K (Need to Know) Marketing presents: New Year, New Website. Does your website look like it was developed in 2001? Was it actually developed in 2001? A lot has changed and you need to keep up with the times to keep customers coming back and bring in new ones.
The March 26, 2014 Silicon Halton Day will include nine 45min workshops. Workshops will run from 1pm until 4pm. Workshops will be posted as they become arranged.