May Chapter Meeting - Bamboozled
Bamboozled! Are your Requirements Psyched Out?
Using Critical Thinking for Better Decisions and Requirements
IIBA Palmetto & DC Metro Chapters
Joint Virtual Meeting
Wednesday, May 17, 2023
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM EDT (GMT - 4 hours)
You're stuck on a project and can't seem to get past the roadblocks to elicit requirements from all your stakeholders. Bamboozled! You've tried different techniques, but they don't seem to be working. So let's psych this out. Let's talk about what bias is and how to work with it. Let's identify when these biases occur, facilitate the conversation, and use techniques to challenge those thinking biases head-on. Let's talk about how story bias, the Berlin Wall, an exceptional case bias, the supermodel effect, the causality illusion effect, and the erroneous anchor fallacy can be facilitated and managed before they do damage.
In this presentation, you'll learn how to deal with bias and roadblocks head-on. We'll show you how to use these biases to your advantage so that you can move forward with your project quickly and easily. Don't let bias stand in the way of your success. Learn how to overcome roadblocks and design requirements..
- Let's talk about analytical bias in ourselves and others and how it affects Elicitation and Analysis.
- Psych! Let's talk about a few common biases that can get us into trouble: Preference Falsification, Clustering Bias, The Special Case and Confirmation Bias, Supermodels and the Contrast Effect, Story Bias, Scarcity Error Bias, The Erroneous Anchor, False Causality, Sunk Cost Fallacy, Worse Before Getting Better Fallacy, and The Forecast Illusion.
- How to avoid using bias in your analysis and also how to use it to your advantage
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Networking
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Chapter Announcements and Speaker Presentation
Education Hours: 1.5 CDUs for IIBA Recertification (1.5 PDs - Only for ECBA exam applications)
- IIBA Members (F R E E)
- Non-Members ($5.00)
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Location: Online via Zoom
Speaker: Paul Crosby, The Uncommon League
Paul is one of the Founders and CFO at The Uncommon League. Paul is also a full-time Project Management, Agile, and Strategic Enterprise Analysis instructor. He has over 25 years of experience in manufacturing, insurance, healthcare, education, and government sectors as a CFO, Portfolio Manager, BA, and Green Belt Project Manager. Paul has helped many companies think, learn, and work differently. [https://www.linkedin.com/in/pcrosby/]