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Global Chapter Council (GCC) Deputy Regional Director

IIBA Volunteer Opportunity Title: Deputy Regional Director – America’s Central Volunteer Reports to: (Business Lead) Regional Director – America’s Central Senior Leadership (Staff) Jared Gorai Contact email: volunteer@iiba.org IDENTIFY THE NEED The Deputy Regional Director is a volunteer position and is a Champion of the regional IIBA® Chapter community. The Deputy Regional Director will collaborate with and support the Regional Director and the Chapters within the region. The Deputy Regional Director is to lead the community of Chapter Leaders from within and be the communication conduit between IIBA and the Chapter Leadership within the region, at the direction of the Regional Director. The Deputy Regional Director represents the voice of IIBA when speaking to Chapters and the voice of Chapters when speaking to IIBA. WORK INVOLVED Deputy Regional Director Key Performance Indicators Desire to succeed Regional Director after a two-year term as Deputy Regional Director. Must be an active IIBA Global Member. Regional directors should not be a current member of an IIBA Chapter Board of Directors. Regional directors ideally should be a former member of an IIBA Chapter Board of Directors. Communicate effectively, clearly, and timely. Collaborate and assist the Regional Director in regional responsibilities. Attend, scribe and publish minutes of the Regional Forum calls among the Chapter Leaders within the region and encourage the sharing of best practices. At the direction of the Regional Director, plan and organize other regional events. Work to increase participation of Chapters in the Regional Forum calls and other regional events. Monthly review of Chapter Health Report for their region. Must attend monthly GCC call. Work with all their chapters to be sure their Board of Director (BOD) information is current in their Portal. Make sure the chapters update their information when a change happens. Work with the IIBA Chapter team when a new chapter is forming. Work with the IIBA Chapter team when a chapter is being revitalized. Work with the Regional Director to help any of their chapters that ask for problem assistance. Educate Chapter Leaders on the available resources from IIBA. Attend mentoring and coaching sessions for succession to the Regional Director position if they desire. Deputy Regional Directors should be encouraged to get out in the chapter community to meet the chapter leaders and members. Attend conferences and chapter events. This is limited by cost, distance and time. Other duties as assigned by Chapter Team or GCC Chair. REQUIRED SKILLS & EDUCATION IIBA membership in good standing 2 – 5 years’ experience in a leadership position with a local IIBA Chapter Excellent networking and relationship building skills Ability to engage and motivate a diverse set of stakeholders Strong and effective leadership skills Strong ambassador and supporter of IIBA Solid understanding of the Business Analysis profession Expertise in online communities and community management Access to the internet, email and Microsoft compatible software BENEFITS OF THE POSITION TO IIBA As a volunteer, you will: Provide strong leadership for the Chapter Community Keep IIBA informed of local issues, concerns and desires Add your unique value Increase diversity and provide extended opportunities within your local communities that only you can bring to the table Assist BA Practitioners in growing their skillset Provide incremental value to local organization Contribute to the growth and value of the Business Analysis profession Express Interest: This volunteer position is for a two-year term. Opportunity Leader: Judy Alter After expressing interest, you will be contacted to discuss next steps.

Through 31/10/21

Global Chapter Council (GCC) Regional Director

Volunteer Reports to: (Business Lead) Judy Alter Senior Leadership (Staff) Jared Gorai Contact email: volunteer@iiba.org IDENTIFY THE NEED The Regional Director - Southeast Region is a volunteer position and is the Champion of the Regional IIBA Chapter community. This position is the liaison between Chapters and IIBA® International for Chapters in the region. The Regional Director is to lead the community of Chapter Leaders from within and be the communication conduit between IIBA and the Chapter Leadership within the region. The Regional Director represents the voice of IIBA when speaking to Chapters and the voice of Chapters when speaking to IIBA. WORK INVOLVED Regional Director Key Performance Indicators Work with all their US Chapters to help them incorporate. Work with all their chapters to be sure their Board of Director (BOD) information is current in their Portal. Make sure the chapters update their information when a change happens. Must be an active IIBA Global Member. Regional directors should not be a current member of an IIBA Chapter Board of Directors. Regional directors ideally should be a former member of an IIBA Chapter Board of Directors. Work with all their chapters to verify all BOD members are active IIBA Global members. Monthly review of Chapter Health Report for their region. Identify at risk chapters and work with IIBA Chapter team to assist. Work with the IIBA Chapter team when a new chapter is forming. Work with the IIBA Chapter team when a chapter is being revitalized. Work with any of their chapters that ask for problem assistance. Conduct Monthly Regional calls. Start and conclude on time. Provide a WebEx recording or tool that is used and written meeting minutes in a timely manner. Recording- 2 days & Minutes – 1 week. The time frames are suggested guidelines, the point is to have a regular cadence. Email a request for agenda items 10 days before call. Email an agenda a few days before the call. The time frames are suggested guidelines, the point is to have a regular cadence. Contact chapters that miss regional calls. Determine reasons and chapter health. Coach/Mentor Deputy Director to succeed as regional director. Need to ensure that whoever is brought on as Deputy is willing to take on the Regional Director Role. Liaison between Chapters and IIBA. Educate the Chapter Leaders on the available resources from IIBA. Regional Directors should be encouraged to get out in the chapter community to meet the chapter leaders and members. Attend conferences and chapter events. This is limited by cost, distance and time. Must attend monthly GCC call or provide a written or recorded regional update before the meeting. Must have meeting with board rep of each chapter at least quarterly. This can be used to determine detailed chapter health (accomplishments/needs). Must provide Chapter Newsletter article representing their Region on quarterly basis (we need to provide min/max length and schedule). Communicate effectively, clearly, and timely. Other duties as assigned by Chapter Team or GCC Chair. Monthly meeting via phone or WebEx with Director Chapters, Chapter Operations Manager, & GCC Chair. Applies to Volunteer Regional Directors only. Submit monthly report on the chapters in your region by the 25th of each month to Director Chapter. _____________________________________________________________________________________ REQUIRED SKILLS & EDUCATION • IIBA membership in good standing • 2 – 5 years’ experience in a leadership position with a local IIBA Chapter • Excellent networking and relationship building skills • Ability to engage and motivate a diverse set of stakeholders • Strong and effective leadership skills • Strong ambassador and supporter of IIBA • Solid understanding of the Business Analysis profession • Expertise in online communities and community management • Access to the internet, email and Microsoft compatible software BENEFITS OF THE POSITION TO IIBA As a volunteer, you will: • Provide strong leadership for the Chapter Community • Keep IIBA informed of local issues, concerns and desires • Add your unique value • Increase diversity and provide extended opportunities within your local communities that only you can bring to the table • Assist BA Practitioners in growing their skillset • Provide incremental value to local organization • Contribute to the growth and value of the Business Analysis profession Express Interest: This volunteer position is for a two-year term. Opportunity Leader: Judy Alter After expressing interest, you will be contacted to discuss next steps.

Through 30/09/21

2019 Product Ownership Content Development

VOLUNTEER REPORTS TO: Sruti Chandra - Sruti.Candra@iiba.org TIME COMMITTMENT: Up to 2 hours per week NUMBER OF VOLUNTEERS: 5-7 EXPECTED TERM END DATE: August 20, 2019 OPPORTUNITY OVERVIEW As more and more organizations are adopting agile, the need for knowledgeable and skilled product owners is growing. IIBA has found that many organizations are increasingly looking at BA Professionals to step into these roles or they are being asked to support product owners in the work they do. Our goal is to support practitioners to successfully work in Product Ownership and address challenges they may face. This “Product Ownership” initiative is focused on: Assessing the need Identifying artefacts to support this type of work Developing additional artefacts, as needed WORK INVOLVED This volunteer team will: Discuss experiences in Product Ownership to identify important techniques, competencies and guidelines Research and create Product Ownership related artefacts Determine appropriate types of artefacts (i.e., presentation deck, infographic, video, etc.) Review artefacts created by other team members Additional meetings with the Product/IP Development Team may be needed to: Review artefacts with experts in the field Finalize artefacts Determine how best to publish these artefacts REQUIRED SKILLS & EDUCATION 3+ years of experience in business analysis 1+ years of experience in product ownership Solid written and verbal communication skills Product Ownership training/certification is nice-to-have CBAP or CCBA Certification is preferred, but not required Writing and speaking in English is required Global representation is desired Membership is preferred, but not required BENEFITS OF THE POSITION TO THE VOLUNTEER Networking with other volunteers Contribution to the global BA community – Helping other BAs and Product Owners Meaningful work that varies from regular daily duties PD hours or CDUs BENEFITS OF THE POSITION TO IIBA AND THE IMPACT ON THE BA COMMUNITY Fresh content available to the BA community Providing content that is moving with the times, with the widespread and increased adoption of Agile across organizations Content that attracts non-BA-titled business analysis practitioners UPLOAD YOUR RESUME Scroll down to "Express Interest" Use the space provided in the next screen to upload your resume to assist with the selection process. Thank you

Through 30/06/20

Quick Tip Articles

Quick Tips™ are nuggets of knowledge that provide immediate and practical advice to business analysts. OPPORTUNITY OVERVIEW IIBA is offering the opportunity for you to share and publish your tips, experience, and knowledge of business analysis. Quick Tips are brief summaries of actions intended to provide immediate, practical advice to business analysis practitioners. Quick Tips A short, frequently informal, exchange of information between business analyst professionals Quick Tip articles contribute to the knowledge base that supports both A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide) and the global community of practice. Not previously published These may require revisions after review by the IIBA Editorial Committee WORK INVOLVED Develop one-page Quick Tip™ for practical business analysis best practices about 250 words Review and respond to comments and responses made by the IIBA Editorial Committee Time Commitment Required: Varies REQUIRED SKILLS & EDUCATION Excellent writing skills Expert level of understanding of the subject matter Experience as a Business Analyst Able to meet timelines Able to accept constructive criticism Must have access to email, the internet, and Microsoft Office Suite BENEFITS TO THE VOLUNTEER Published work shared with the Business Analysis community CDU’s granted for articles published PEER REVIEW PROCESS FOR QUICK TIPS (provided by the IIBA Editorial Committee) Volunteer "Express Interest" to apply Agree to the Publication Terms and Conditions Develop one-page Quick Tip article Upload your Quick Tip article IIBA Editorial Committee Review the Quick Tip to determine if they will proceed to publish within a 3 week response time period Advise the volunteer via email of decision to publish/not publish Provide "Confluence" access to the volunteer. Volunteer If Quick Tip is accepted, log into Confluence and upload your article within a 3 week response time period Check back for status reviews IIBA Editorial Committee IIBA Editorial Committee will review and provide feedback through confluence Peer reviewer must provide feedback on the article within 2 weeks after it has been uploaded by the volunteer CONFLUENCE STATUSES EXPLAINED New Submission - your submitted article is in the queue for review by the IIBA Editorial Committee Under Review - IIBA Editorial Committee is reviewing your article Deferred - IIBA Editorial Committee has chosen not to publish your article at this time Approved - your article is approved for publication

Through 01/01/22