Thank-you to all of you who have helped us through these past 25 years become a leading force in the business analysis community.
We are very proud of our contributions and our accomplishments: From the founding of the IIBA, to our BA templates (BRD, Use Case and BA Canvases) and practices in use by thousands of organizations, and to have had the pleasure of training over 40,000 BAs and leading over 1000 projects.
Whether we worked together years ago (on some of our Requirements Discovery Sessions, Use Case Workshops, or helping you set up your RDM Practices) or recently (on Agile User Story Mapping, Backlog Management, Lean Business Case Development, or Application Portfolio Rationalization engagements) we want to thank you for your business.
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Get Your Personalized 25th Anniversary Bonus
As show of our appreciation, we would like to offer each of our past clients a special 25th Anniversary single-use $1000-off coupon. This can be used to send a BA to one of our courses (like Agile Business Analysis or the IAG BA Bootcamp) or an Agile Requirements-in-a-Week engagement, 2-4-day Lean Business Case engagement, or any other new project engagement.
IAG’s Discovery Canvases™
The User Story Discovery Canvas from IAG
The User Story Canvas is a visual canvas template to assist agile teams in their user story conversations to collaboratively discover and describe the critical elements and write good stories.
Discovery Canvases: The indispensable visual conversation tool for Business Analysts and Agile Teams
What are Discovery Canvases? Business Analysis Canvas Templates for Business Analysts, Project Managers, Enterprise Architects, Product Owners and Scrum Masters to facilitate visual collaboration of business analysis, business architecture, project management, and...
Top Ten Things to Look for in Business Analysis Training
As analysts, it is going to be natural that we are going to methodically analyze to make sure we select the best course that fits our requirements. Sometimes, however, the analysis can often get in the way of the decision rather than help it. So it is our hope that...