The Business Analysis Conference Europe 2011, 26-28 September, London

Press Release   •   Feb 15, 2011 14:33 GMT

Presentation proposals are now being accepted for the Business Analysis Conference London 2011, scheduled for 26-28 September at the Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, London, UK . The conference is produced by IRM UK and the IIBA.

This is an independent event, offering its audience a diverse range of experienced speakers who will provide a broad, practical perspective on Business Analysis. It will offer unparalled opportunities for networking and discussion of Business Analysis issues.

Do you or any of your team have a formal presentation to contribute to this event? All selected speakers will be entitled to attend the event free of charge.

The deadline for submissions is 4th March 2011.


Last year saw our second European Business Analysis Conference in London. The conference had an emphasis on shaping the future of Business Analysis and on how the role is applied in the modern agile environment.

This year the focus is on how the Business Analysis skills set can be applied across the whole of the Business Change lifecycle with particular emphasis on supporting strategic change. We also want to explore the more creative and innovative aspects that the role brings to the Change arena.

The Conference continues to play a significant part in raising the profile and developing the professionalism of Business Analysis in the UK and Europe.

The UK Chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysts (IIBA) plays a key role along with the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, in organising this independent event. The conference also offers unparalleled opportunities for networking and discussion of Business Analysis issues.

We are looking for a range of sessions, including standard PowerPoint presentations and proposals for more interactive sessions or workshop style discussion. We want to have a good balance across all the tracks of people's experiences, examples and case studies.

As part of ensuring we have the best possible conference we will be organising meetings (either face to face or tele-conferences) to run through potential sessions to make sure each one fits into the overall track. It will also be a useful opportunity for constructive peer review!

In your submission please state which track you think your proposal fits and why.

Sessions should last for 50 minutes. We are also looking for a number of half day and full day workshops to run on the first day of the Conference.

Contact Shane McGlynn, and Jeremy Hall, for further information.

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