Welcome to the Greater Cleveland area chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA), a not-for-profit professional association for professionals practicing Business Analysis.
News & Highlights
Our next chapter meeting will be held on December 9, 2013 at Key Tower in downtown Cleveland. We will have a keynote and a featured presentation for this meeting. Mary Gorman of EBG Consulting will speak on Dithering on Data: Too Early, Too Late, Too Bad! Brian Hemker of Quick Solutions will deliver Introducing the Agile Extension to the BABOK. Please see the event page for complete information, and remember to
to reserve your seat by Tuesday, December 3.
Elections coming in January! Looking forward to 2014, our chapter is due to elect the board positions of Secretary and VP of Education & Certification. Becky Wing, CBAP, who served as VP Education in 2012 will run for re-election in January. Our chapter Secretary position will be open and we are seeking new candidates for that role. If you've wanted to get involved in the chapter and work on the board, now is the time to declare your interest in one of the positions up for re-election! Please contact one of the existing board members to learn more.
Our last chapter meeting was on October 7, 2013 at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea. Amanda Dietz of Orion Development Group spoke to us about Process Tools to Improve the BA Bridge. If you missed the meeting, or would like to reference the materials presented, both the presentation and the promised templates are available on the event page.
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to your address book. The chapter began using the MailChimp email delivery service in March 2012 due to limitations placed on mass emails from our standard IIBA chapter email address. Please notify us so that we aware of any issues by emailing us at
Do you use LinkedIn? Did you know that we've established a LinkedIn group for the chapter? Look for the "Cleveland IIBA Chapter" and ask to join so you can stay up to date on chapter news and on job opportunities through local recruiting firms.