International Institute of Business Analysis

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Founded October 2003[1]
Type Professional organization
Headquarters Whitby, Ontario
Area served Worldwide
Method Certification, industry standards, conferences, publications
Members Over 27,000[2]
Key people Alain Arseneault (Acting President & CEO)
Kevin Brennan (Chief Business Analyst and Executive Vice President)
Michael Gladstone (Chief Information Officer and Executive Vice President)
Employees 24
Volunteers ~1000
Slogan Helping Business Do Business Better
Website www.iiba.org

The International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) is a non-profit professional association formed in October 2003 with the purpose of supporting and promoting the discipline of business analysis.[3]

IIBA helps business analysts develop their skills and further their careers by providing access to relevant content. It created A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK), a collection of knowledge within the BA profession, reflecting the current generally accepted practices. IIBA offers formal certification for business analysis professionals, including the Certification of Competency in Business Analysis (CCBA) and Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) designations.

IIBA has local chapters worldwide. It is a member organization of the Federation of Enterprise Architecture Professional Organizations (FEAPO).

History[edit]

The IIBA organization was founded in 2003, and the Body of Knowledge Committee was founded in 2004. In 2005, the BABOK Guide was released and the CBAP certification program was implemented. Membership grew to over 5,000 members by 2008, and 16,000 by 2011. Membership in 2014 is 27,000, and there are 109 chapters on 6 continents.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jonasson, Hans (Oct 2007). Determining Project Requirements. ESI International Project Management. pp. 6–7. ISBN 1-4200-4502-4. 
  2. ^ "International Institute of Business Analysis | About". Retrieved 30 September 2011. 
  3. ^ MacInnis, Patricia (16 May 2005). "The business of analyzing project success". itBusiness.ca. 
  4. ^ "History of IIBA". Retrieved 22 Apr 2014. 

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