Webinar: How to turn ideas into excellence?
On the 6th of July we were honoured to welcome John Fraser and Will Pitchers for the webinar “Turning Ideas into Excellence”. John Fraser is BA Practise Lead at North Highland and a CBAP Certified Coach with 15 years of experience. Will Pitchers is part of the leadership team in North Highland’s Process & Business Analysis capability and has over 10 years of experience. Both introduced us into the workings of North Highland, and how opportunities within the firm have led to the know-how and experience to turn ideas into excellence and tangible output.
The talk was set up to be collaborative and informative and led to the participation of 30 + professionals. This is a direct consequence of the foundation of the talk and the insights that we could take away. By talking about their own journey at North Highland, they taught us that:
- Ideas require collaboration and creativity;
- In order to turn ideas into excellence, collaboration is required: it’s all about the people;
- Innovation is turning the process of turning ideas into excellence, into a habit.
Re-watch the webinar to discover:
- Why generating ideas and using them is important to the BA profession;
- The journey that our speakers have taken, as North-Highland, to foster a close-knit BA Community focused on innovation;
- How they used existing skills to build a structure that worked for them;
- Tips and tricks that have helped them succeed.
By Saartje Lambregts
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Attending our sessions will contribute towards your Continuing Development Units for recertification of the CCBA™ and CBAP™.
If you did attend the live session, this session provided you 1 CDU of the Category 2D “Professional Development: Other Events”. In order to prove your attendance, you will need to save your confirmation e-mail. If you watch the recorderd session on YouTube, this session will provide you 1 CDU of the Category 4 “Self-directed Learning". You can retrieve additional information here.