July Lunch and Learn: Looking Outside Out – Using Ecosystems to Improve Business Analysis

Chapter Lunch Event

David Hall

David Hall, in February, gave us a deep-dive on business ecosystems and looking at 3 types of analysis:

1) Inside-out (who and what will this project/solution impact)

2) Outside-in (who and what will have an impact on the project/solution)

3) Outside-out (what impact will this have on the who and what beyond our project’s/solution’s immediate impact).

The first two are fairly common, but the third step is often overlooked and can carry huge impacts to the project. Let's have lunch and take a closer look with David and Brian Disney, a Principal Business Analyst. Both David and Brian are from Vanderbilt University Medical Center in our HealthIT division.

CDUs: 1

Bio: 

David Hall is the Associate Director, Business Analysis for HealthIT at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.  He has a BA in Psychology from Indiana University and a Masters in Management of Health Care from Vanderbilt University.  Over the past 20 years, David has performed business analysis in multiple fields including banking, pharmaceuticals, logistics and healthcare.   Since joining Vanderbilt in 2010, David has lead teams of business analysts for the Medical Center and has also started a successful community of practice, sharing BA practices across the medical center.

When: 
Thursday, July 19, 2018 - 11:30am
Time: 

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Networking and Lunch:
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Speaker Promptly Starts:
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Location: 

Nashville Technology Council
500 Interstate Blvd, South
Suite 210
Nashville, TN 37210

We'll be in the Dell Learning Center

Meal: 

If you have special dietary concerns, please send email to registrations@nashvilleiiba.org no later Tuesday, July 17, 2018.

Cost: 

Registration is Required

Early Bird Price:
IIBA Members: $15; Non-Members: $20 until July 17, 2018

After July 17, 2018:

Members of Nashville Chapter - $20
Non-members & guests - $25

Sponsors: 

Registration is Closed. Walk-ins welcome, though lunches may be limited.