Business Analysis Development Day (BADD)
The Eastern Iowa IIBA Chapter is thrilled to announce its inaugural Business Analysis Development Day (BADD) conference in Cedar Rapids upcoming in November!
The theme of the inaugural conference will be: Be A Hero, and we will have 2 keynote presentations emphasizing how to become the hero in the Business Analyst workplace. We will also feature 4 tracks for attendees to follow throughout the day.
The featured tracks for the Business Analysis Development Day are:
- Agile - Learn more about methods and practices for creating solutions that evolve through collaboration between self-oragnizing, cross functional teams.
- Practitioner - Providing the latest tools, techniques, and applicable skills that you can begin using the next day.
- BA Trends - What's new and current? What's coming and how do we prepare? Get ready for what's around the corner as a Business Analyst professional.
- Professional Skills - Become the hero you were born to be! How to take your team, your company, and yourself to the next level, in and out of the Business Analyst role.
This is a great opportunity for you to network, gain insight into new and upcoming developments in the BA workforce, and also obtain up to 6 CDU and PDU credits from IIBA and PMI.
Our one day conference will be taking place on Friday, November 16th at the Cedar Rapids Marriott with check-in planned for 7:30. Early bird tickets and pricing are now available at https://crbadd2018.eventbrite.com.
Members of the Eastern Iowa IIBA chapter will also receive an additional discount off of early bird and regular ticket prices, so if you're not a member already, you can learn more at https://easterniowa.iiba.org/chapter-membership to explore all the benefits of joining our chapter!
If you have any questions regarding the conference or how to obtain group rates, feel free to reach out to Kyle Anderson at email@example.com for more details.
Note: This event is open to anyone. You don't have to be a BA to attend.
We look forward to seeing you at the inaugural IIBA Cedar Rapids BADD!