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Please join us this month as we welcome Heather Mylan-Mains, CBAP, Past President of Central Iowa Chapter who will present "The Dark Forest of Processes: A Business Analyst's Survival Guide."
ABOUT THE TOPIC: Do you find yourself unable to navigate through the thick forest your project has become? Are you only able to see the tree closest to you? Are you stuck in the weeds deep in the details? Have you come across some skunks that cause time delays, fallen into the quick sand known as scope creep, or eaten encountered fire breathing dragon stakeholders?
We need a survival guide to make it through the Dark Forest of Processes! Projects are like forests full of different kinds of trees with unique characteristics and intertwined branches, vines and roots. It’s essential to see each tree as well as the entire forest to navigate your path through from the beginning to the end. Projects should be decomposed and analyzed from the tree tops down to the forest floor...(for more of the description, read the session page)
COST: free for Atlanta chapter members; $10 for non-members - cash (exact change preferred), check or credit cards accepted.
Northpark Town Center
1000 Abernathy Road NE
Northpark Conference Center, 3rd floor, Georgia Conference Room.
Sandy Springs, GA 30328
Attendees should park in Visitor Parking, check in with Security, and then take the elevator to the 3rd floor.
Chapter members wanting to attend virtually via GoTo Meeting, please register via the URL on the event session page.
presented by Heather Mylan-Mains, CBAP
1000 Abernathy Road, Northpark 400 Tower, Suite 500, 30328
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