Interested in taking your career visibility to the next level by volunteering your time to a non-profit organization?
Wisconsin Business Analyst Development Day is seeking volunteers for the 2017 conference to be held May 9, 2017 in Madison, WI. Planning will soon be underway and we are looking for ambitious and enthusiastic individuals to join the event planning committee. Nearly all event planning activities are done via conference call and email, and there’s no need to live in the Madison area in order to participate.
This is a great volunteer position! It is a unique opportunity to showcase your leadership skills and to network with many individuals and companies throughout the state. It's also very rewarding to watch your team's plans unfold into a successful day for the business analyst professional community.
Interested parties are asked to email a brief summary of their professional background, the skills and experience making them a good candidate for the role, and any special interests/reasons for applying. For best consideration, responses requested by Sept 16th.
We have many leadership and committee member roles that need interesting and talented people like you. Email today with your volunteer interests or to just ask a question. We’ll be delighted to talk with you about a volunteer spot that’s just right for you.
Thank you for your consideration,
WI BADD® Board of Directors Wisconsin Business Analyst Development Day
Join us for the 10th annual WI BADD® on May 9, 2017 in Madison, WI!
It is important to register as early as possible since booth assignments are dependent on your sponsorship level and your registration date. Also, we expect to book all available booths again this year, so register today to secure your spot! We have four sponsorship levels to help meet your marketing needs, including our Full Exhibitor sponsor level, which provides an extra-large booth area for demonstrations, training and collaborative sessions. High-speed Internet and electricity are included for all vendor booths. Sponsorship levels and benefits can be viewed by selecting "Sponsorship Program" from the Sponsors menu at the top of this page.
Please be sure to have all the information listed below ready before you start registering. NOTE: You will not be allowed to complete the registration without all of the required information.
Company mailing address
Contact: name, email address, and phone number
Sponsorship level (to view levels, Select "Sponsorship Program" from the Sponsors menu at the top of this page)
Company logo to be used on the website and marketing materials (900 pixel width or height – 300 dpi; file type of.jpg, .jpeg, .png, or .gif)
Company website address to be linked to the logo
Company description (max. of 650 characters including spaces; Software & Premier level sponsors only)
Credit card to pay for sponsorship
To register, Select "Registration" from the Sponsors menu at the top of this page and complete the form with payment.
$165 IIBA Local & National Members $220 Non-members/Guests
Registration Opens Thursday, March 3rd
Register Early & Receive a Free Book
Early Bird Runs from March 3rd to April 4th
Register Online at wibadd.org
Benefits of Attending:
Learn new techniques and gain support from peers and experts in the industry
Network with over 600 business analysts
Visit vendor booths to learn about products & services
Earn up to 5 Continuing Development Units (CDUs)
Enter to win excellent prizes from our sponsors
Alliant Energy Center – Exhibition Hall 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way Madison, WI 53713
Keynote Speaker: Bob Prentiss, Bob the BA
Stop Making Sense! Choosing Progress Over Perfection
Feeling stifled? Can't seem to make any progress? As humans, we have an overriding desire to make sense of things. Our faith, our science, our projects, the people we work with - we want to know what they all mean, we want a reason for what we do. What if this overriding desire is the root cause that is getting in the way of our success? We live in a world of a faster-do more with less-now mentality, but are expected to play by rules that do not fit the model. I say, it's time to work with a new model; stop making sense and choose progress over perfection.
So is "stop making sense" as simple as saying we should all adopt an Agile sense of mind? Do we recklessly abandon everything we know? Your instincts may be telling you that this is not going to be an easy discussion, and you would be correct. In this session, everything you have been taught, everything you have learned, will be challenged today. Are you ready to stop making sense so you can finally make progress? Are you ready to think, learn, and work differently?
“#1 Speaker and #1 Tutorial at the 2015 BBC – Official Conference of the IIBA!”