Sep 2010
Cincinnati, Louisville, Dayton

Kupe will be leading a hands-on workshop showing how improvisation can help improve your business analysis skills.  He will be at the following IIBA® chapters for the week of September 20th.

If you are in the area on any of those days come and join Kupe.

Event Details

Business Analysis Through Improvisation
Improvisation is the practice of acting, singing, talking and reacting in the moment and in response to the stimulus of one’s immediate environment. Talking and reacting in the moment is the core of what you do as a business analyst. To propel to the senior level of your profession you need to continually improve how you interact and communicate with your stakeholders in your immediate environment.

This highly interactive and fun session focuses on key improvisation lessons that will help you be a better business analyst. You will walk away with lessons to help you stay in the present, say “Yes, and…” instead of “Yes, but…”, and listen generously.

Session objectives

  • The ability to think on your feet and keep a conversation moving forward
  • Learn lessons that will help you establish and strengthen your relationships
  • Gain confidence in being in front of an audience of 1 to 100

About Kupe

“Kupe” Kupersmith, Senior Instructor, B2T Training, possesses over 18 years of experience in software systems development. He has served as the lead Business Analyst and Project Manager on projects in the Energy, television and sports management and marketing industries. Additionally, he serves as a mentor for business analysis professionals. Kupe is the co-author of Business Analysis for Dummies, a Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) and a former IIBA® Board Member. Kupe is a requested speaker in the BA field and has presented at many IIBA chapters and BA conferences. Being a trained improvisational comedian, Kupe is sure to make you laugh while you’re learning. Kupe is a connector and has a goal in life to meet everyone!

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