4:50 pm – 5:50 pm | Presentation | Room: Roman III & IV
Using a Capability Based Approach to Business Analysis
This presentation will outline the structure IKEA has created to drive business analysis for our CRM programme, combining agile and traditional methods. Our ambition has been to create a clear handshake between orderer, business analyst and project/programme management, that apart from clarifying the scope also creates a clear linkage all the way from our vision down to individual requirements. The aim is both to present the different artefacts used but also the process driving the business analysis. We based this work on BABOK, TOGAF, PPS and MSP.
Angica will speak on how to manage dependencies, in the form of capabilities that are developed outside the program; how to create and drive change requests as well as make sure the development and testing is aligned with the overall progress to secure both dependencies and testing across the whole E2E solution.
- Develop business capabilities incrementally
- Designing artifacts relevant for different stakeholders
- Managing business analysis in a programme
Business Analyst Lead
Henrik Ekstam has, as most swedes, lived with IKEA his whole life. Four years ago he decided to also make it a part of his professional life, taking up a role as a business architect with the challenge of bringing digitalisation to a major global corporation, in order to stay relevant for their customers. Throughout his professional life Henrik has had a focus on customers, either as business developer or line manager. He has worked on developing value propositions for a broad range of industries, from power drills, pleasure boats, cell networks, retirement funds and of course furniture. He is a strong evangelist for using architecture to become more agile.
Henrik's 2016 Presentations:
- Using a Capability Based Approach to Business Analysis
Wednesday, November 2, 2016 (4:50 pm – 5:50 pm)