Change  |  IIBA

The enterprise need for transformations and continual improvements has changed business analysis. Tasks and techniques of different business practices are now being grafted into new single roles. 

Business analysis is in great demand today; it is used in new and creative ways to deliver the business outcome!

Business is in the midst of a period of rapid change. IIBA is at a crossroads. Our main assets - the body of knowledge, the certifications and community - need our attention. IIBA has over the past few years ignored its community at a cost to us! IIBA during this time has been often confused and uncertain of who it is and what it should do; all the while standing on the foothills of great opportunity.

Business looks to our professional association to lead and assist in the innovation of change. We have community, expertise, and the capacity to deliver.

History shows many instances where organizations find themselves at a crossroads needing change. IBM under the leadership of Tom Watson Sr, in the 1930s took brave actions to thrust IBM ahead of the pack. Tom Watson Jr in the 1960s boldly delivered the System/360 that saved IBM. Louis Gerstner in the 1990s strategically transformed IBM to successfully deliver solutions business wants. Change and technology each time were IBM’s bane and salvation. Vision, values, strategy and bold action delivered IBM’s successful comebacks.

IIBA is uniquely posed to contribute to the change. Where our culture is free to embrace community and collaboration, we succeed.

Our values matter more today than ever. We are not empire building as some others are. Our influence must be real and relevant to business and not ride on the coattails of a parent association.

Some of this requires action, some of this requires presence, and some of this requires patience and persistence. The result will be engagement and better engagement, collaboration and contribution, and the ever-important and resulting influence that delivers.

Benefits of Membership

Speaker Series Presentations Online

IIBA Toronto Mission Statement

The IIBA Toronto Chapter leads the business analysis profession by promoting value to its stakeholders through career development and fellowship.

Professional Development Workshops


Becoming a member allows you to take community, network, knowledge exchange, mentoring, etc. to a more specialized level.

Volunteers participate to develop skills, be part of a team, give back and meet other like minded people.

Whether you employ some requirements management and analysis skills or specialize in business process management and modeling, IIBA Toronto continually is at work to keep you leading edge with our education offerings.

Every month we bring events that provide experience, knowledge and contribute to good judgment.

Business Analysis Body of Knowledge
(BABOK) Study Groups

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Strategy. Requirements. Solutions.

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Next Upcoming Event

27 May 2017 9:00 AM • George Brown College Casa Loma Campus, 146 Kendall Avenue, Toronto, ON (Dupont TTC Subway Station)
01 Jun 2017 7:00 PM • 1799 Argentia Rd Mississauga, Ontario L5N 3A2
08 Jun 2017 7:00 PM • Milliken Mills Community Centre, 7600 Kennedy Rd, Markham, ON L3R 9S5
15 Jun 2017 7:00 PM • 1799 Argentia Rd Mississauga, Ontario L5N 3A2
22 Jun 2017 7:00 PM • Milliken Mills Community Centre, 7600 Kennedy Rd, Markham, ON L3R 9S5




Recent Partnerships with Sponsors

Blueprint Software Systems -  IIBA Toronto Blueprint Agile Series Sponsor

George Brown College Information Systems Business Analysis Program - Speaker Series and Workshop Series Partner

Global Knowledge - Partnering to bring our in-person study groups alive and space for our community to engage and connect

Schulich Executive Education Centre Masters Certificate in Business Analysis - Winter / Spring 2016 Workshop Sponsor

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Connect, Create Community, Collaborate And Build Competencies




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