The International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) is a not-for-profit organization that serves the growing profession of business analysis by maintaining standards for the profession and certifying its practitioners. Whatever your role -- requirements management, systems analysis, business analysis, requirements analysis, project management, or consulting, if you are involved in analysis for systems, business or process improvement, IIBA can help you do your job better. To learn more about the IIBA please go to www.iiba.org.
The Albany Capital District (ACD) IIBA Chapter is a not-for-profit organization that is strengthening the role of Business Analysts by providing educational, networking and certification opportunities to Upstate New York Business Analysis practitioners. The chapter was formally chartered in November 2008.
Our Chapter Mission is ….
The Albany Capital District IIBA Chapter is a professional organization and the preeminent champion for Business Analysis in the Capital District area. The chapter is dedicated to building a community promoting the Business Analysis profession and improving the skills and competencies of its practitioners. This is achieved through establishing a forum for networking and sharing of knowledge, sponsoring professional development and training, and reaching out to and encouraging the participation of members, employers, and all other interested parties.
Our Chapter’s Goals are …
- to improve awareness of the IIBA and the BA profession
- to increase the number of chapter-affiliated CBAPs and CCBAs
- to establish local CBAP and CCBA credit-earning training opportunities
- to increase the number of chapter members
- to increase average attendance at the monthly meetings
- to secure corporate sponsorship that will enable the chapter to grow and prosper
- to increase the number of chapter volunteers
Please take some time to look through the rest of our website. The Albany Capital District chapter is a very active chapter that advocates for the Business Analysis profession, supports professional development, hosts exciting meetings and events, fosters peer networking, and encourages the sharing of knowledge & ideas. The strength of our chapter is rooted in the active involvement of our chapter members. We welcome participation by chapter members and non-members alike. Contact us if you would like to find out how you can become more involved in advancing the Business Analysis profession and the opportunity to contribute to our chapter’s future success.
The Albany Capital District IIBA Chapter is governed by a Board of Directors. Half of the board is elected each year in rotating fashion. This allows for continuity. Our Bylaws will be available for download in the future.