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24 July 2020
Global Online Live Conference (Time Zone - BST)

World Business Analyst Innovation Online Summit

24 July 2020
Global Online Live Conference (Time Zone - BST)

World Business Analyst Innovation Online Summit

24 July 2020
Global Online Live Conference (Time Zone - BST)

World Business Analyst Innovation Online Summit

Briefly Know About This Event

We did 30 events on technology and innovation in 2019 across the globe and compiled a list of some of the top business analytics trends for 2020 and beyond to help you stay agile in the analytics space.

Some of the BA trends we will look out for in the Business Analyst Innovation Online Summit to cover are Data Quality Management,Data Discovery/Visualization,Artificial Intelligence,Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics Tools,Collaborative Business Intelligence,Data-driven Culture,Embedded Analytics etc. The experts will take us through a deep dive into using a comprehensive approach at all times, for the successful development and execution of strategy helping an Organisation to effectively achieve its current and future objectives.





  • 20

    Speakers

  • 200

    Delegates

  • 20

    Topics

  • 01

    Day

Our Past Speakers

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Martijn Nas

Agile Coach / Trainer
MartijnNas.com
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Naresh Choudhary

Vice President
Infosys
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Surojeet Sengupta

Director
GE Digital
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Venkata Goday

Director - Head Performance Testing & Engineering
Capgemini
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Karthik Iyer

senior performance architect
Capgemini
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Dalbir S Dahiya

EVP
AShield Technology
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Pavan Kumar A G

Member of Technical Staff - 4
Nutanix
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VivekParihar

Head of Engineering
Rizort Inc
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Kiran Kumar Malla

Group Manager
Oracle India
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Shivaji Raju

Expert Architect
Allstate Solutions Private Limited
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Manoj Chiruvella

Principal QA Analyst
Oracle
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Saurabh Mitra

Senior Director Test Engineering
speakers

Mostafa Awadh

Operation deputy director
efinance Giza, Egypt
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Shilpi Jain

Vice President,QA Centre of Excellence & Sustaining Engineering
Yodlee
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Sanjay Kumar

ChroPath Creator. Product Evangelist
AutonomIQ
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Sangam Thakur

Senior QA Automation Engineer
1RIVET
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Gaurav Patel

QA Automation Lead
1RIVET
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Dr Renu Rajani

Non-Exec Board Member, Toyota Financial, Former VP
Infosys
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Sathyan Sethumadhavan

Technical Product/Program/Engineering leader - AI and IOT
Thoughtworks
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Nishi Grover Garg

Evangelist and Trainings Head
Sahi Pro

Conference Schedule (24 July, 2020)

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I will be also talking about how can we improve responsiveness in our communication citing examples
1) Customer requests for change in requirement which has been signed off, a responsive BA will send a quick reply suggesting we are looking into this change and will get back to you by tomorrow evening. Customer is now confident that the change request is being looked into. Giving a specific ETA on the next response would not keep them waiting. This is seen in many of us where we tend to wait and understand the requirement before getting back to the customer. In this situation either customer asks the BA if the requirement is being looked into or Customer may talk to the Project Manager suggesting BA has not replied yet. Proactively responding to any forms of communication avoids confusion and doubt in customer's minds.
2)Increase responsiveness during time of an issue-This should be developed by Business Analysts when there is an issue and major escalations are foresighted. BA must proactively communicate with all relevant stakeholders including BA's Management team. Delaying response in these times causes anxiety among stakeholders. Maintaining cool and responding to all answers by the stakeholders should be developed.
3)Responsiveness to the queries and suggestions put forth by the development and testing team members signifies the BA is tracking the progress and their queries are prioritized. I will also talk about keeping a 30-minute window technique for an email and how it has helped me become more productive. I will include some pointers on do's and do not's while working on improving responsiveness.

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1. Customer experience: Creating value through transforming customer journeys,
2. What matters in customer-experience transformations
3. Creating more satisfying customer experiences and managing the customer experience
4. Role of BAs in defining an approach to customer-experience transformation
5. A holistic approach to customer-experience transformation - Role of Platforms & Creating Ecosystems as a basis for Innovation
6. Leveraging & Evolving Learning from other experiences/domains
7. The Way Ahead..

Speaker profile

A management consultant and corporate strategist with approx 13 years of extensive experience and track record in leading number of assignments involving Strategic business initiatives, new business rollouts & strategy implementation, assisting CXOs & Business teams to tackle problems with the innovative uses of Processes & Technology that drive revenue and create business value. An explorer and dreamer, Pranav has always been attracted to creating new - markets, products or services. In past worked with KPMG PWC INFOSYS WIPRO & startups (more details in profile attached : https://www.linkedin.com/in/krpranav/)

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Introduction to capital goods industry (briefly)
- Scope of adoption of digital & trends
- Approach to identifying use cases for digital in capital goods with a case example in cement industry
- Building a business case & prioritizing initiatives for implementation
- General best practices for implementation.
I will do this presentation as an individual and will share my experience. Just to clarify, I will not be sharing any information of thyssenkrupp during the presentation, as adherence to our compliance guidelines.

Speaker profile

8 years of international experience in supply chain, strategic marketing and strategic finance Successful fund raising (>2 million USD) for a Digital Innovation Center in a large conglomerate (40+ billion USD) by formulating an investment proposal. Subsequently, led the incubation of the center in Singapore Regular speaker on additive manufacturing themes
Co-Author of whitepaper "Additive Manufacturing: Adding up Growth Opportunities for ASEAN" (thyssenkrupp) published in partnership with EOS and NAMIC in July 2019. [https://lead.thyssenkrupp.com/amsgwp/] Specialities: Additive manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, energy & utilities, mining & chemicals.

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Analytics is the practice of using data to drive strategy. The Business Analytics role of today is going through great disruptive changes. Not so much in the tooling used to perform an analysis, even though these are evolving rapidly. Change is more around the deep relevance analytics plays in strategic planning and execution in today's ever changing market dynamics, customer behavioral alterations, technologies enabling new business models and so on. Wether it is in medicine, construction, oil and gas, robotics, web applications and computing... data is the new premium, and it is data that is at the heart of analytics. It is up to the Business Analyst, to understand the data in subject, build a judgment around it, and make/suggest a decision. And you must make it fast. Data is not worth a dime without it being used to take the next step, or not to take it. It is the decision, consequence of that data analysis, that truly matters for business. It is our judgement that needs to evolve. Informed judgements often makes the best decisions, but not all judgments will be informed at a timely manner. Sometimes data will be insufficient, messy and confusing. It is then when we must trust our gut, our intuition. The meta point is, at the end of the day, you must make a call, and it must be a darn good one to drive the proper strategy.

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Outline of the talk -
1. Making data driven assumptions and recommendations for product and customer experience optimization.
2. Combining persona, web surveys and customer service insights to understand customer's journey and pain points.
3. Defining customer driven product roadmap vs business driven product roadmap.
4. Always start your requirement user story with "As a Customer I'd like to"
5. How AB testing in combination with web analytics and customer session recording are delivering enhanced customer experience.

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Many individuals think about analytics as a process that converts data into information. Whole industries have been developed to help us capture and organize our data and then process that data through methodologies that range from simple trend development to cognitive Artificial Intelligence. Often what is lost is that for information to, itself, be useful it must transform from the digital realm into the physical one. In other words, if at some point information is going to get us to change what we are doing, it must get pulled out of the machine and brought into the mind of a human. In most organizations, the human at the front of that transformation for digital to physical is the analyst. But at the same time, in most organizations the analyst is not the decision maker who can drive an organization to act or change. So, the analyst is a translator, moving data, transforming it to information, and sending it along to the decision maker in a way that she can understand. The great analyst knows that the job isn't done once information is delivered, but only when it is understood and acted upon.Here in lies the art behind analytics: the analyst is ultimately responsible for getting someone else to understand when the analyst does not control that person's comprehension; and the analyst is ultimately responsible for getting an organization to act when the analyst does not control decision makers' motivations. This discussion will present a simple framework: that of businesses making quality decisions by having quality conversations using quality information that came from quality data, and will build from that framework to briefly explore the human psychological barriers and opportunities that analysts can mitigate and exploit, respectively, to help drive good decisions through good conversations.

Schedule
08:50AM - 09:00AM Conference Overview
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09:00AM - 09:30AM Responsiveness during implementation of a project - Click Here for More Info
Pooja Rai, Associate Business Consultant, CGI
Schedule 09:30AM - 10:00AM BAs transforming the customer experience - Click Here for More Info
Pranav Kumar,Senior Technical Partner Development Manager, Multi Solutions Architect, Adobe Systems
Schedule 10:00AM - 10:30AM Building a business case for digital in capital goods industry - Click Here for More Info
Avinash Ramachandran,Manager. Strategy & Digital, Thyssenkrupp
Schedule 10:30AM - 11:10AM Where does the future lie for Business Analytics - Click Here for More Info
Ruben Moreno Freaner,Business Analyst - Alexa Shopping, Amazon
schedule 11:00AM - 11:20AM Break
Schedule 11:20AM - 11:50AM BA Transforming the Customer Experience - Click Here for More Info
Vivek K. Sukumaran, Business Analyst,New York & Company
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11:50AM - 12:20PM "If Data Could Talk: Connecting Information, People, and Decisions through the Power of Conversation" - Click Here for More Info
Jason Kolaczkowski, Senior Director, Healthcare Analytics,NextHealth Technologies
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12:20PM - 12:50PM BA in International Business
Soovendoo Kumar Parida, Senior Business Analyst, Cochlear
schedule 12:50PM - 01:50PM Break
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01:50PM - 02:20PM BAs transforming the Customer Experience
Nim Gholkar, Founder, Nim's Niche
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02:20PM - 02:50PM Role of BA in Agile Projects
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02:50PM - 03:20PM Outcome Validation: an Essential BA Skill
schedule 03:20PM - 03:50PM Break
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3:50PM - 4:20PM Where Does the Future Lie for Business Analysis?
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4:20PM - 04:50PM Marketing and branding the BA role

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