Join Cognizant Microsoft Business Group expert Ryland Leyton on January 23 where he will deliver the afternoon keynote at the “Love Your Work, Love What You Do, and Stand Out From the Crowd” event at the Atlanta Beyond Analysis Conference.
About “Love Your Work, Love What You Do, and Stand Out From the Crowd”
During his seminar, Ryland will sharing lessons from his experience and that of coaching and mentoring clients. He’ll shares why knowing and working in your passion is a must-do for every professional.
Ryland will also be the featured speaker for the 1 o’clock session, “Lean Coffee.” This will feature a common Agile practice called Lean Coffee where the people who attend propose and determine the topic(s) of conversation to help learn how this effective technique can work for any group.
About Ryland Leyton
Ryland Leyton, CBAP, PMP, CSM, SA4, is a Senior Business Analyst at Cognizant Microsoft Business Group. He is also speaker, educator, Agile coach, technology translator, and published author. He has worked in the technology sector since 1998, starting off with database and web programming, gradually moving through project management and finding his passion in the BA field. Ryland is part of the core team that wrote the Second Edition of the Agile Extension to the BABOK, and the Agile Analysis Certification exam. Ryland’s two books are “The Agile BA: Moving from Waterfall to Agile” and “It’s About Your Career: Skills for a Lifetime of Loving your Work!.”
About ATL Beyond Analysis
2020 turned the world upside down, along with the way we do business. ATL Beyond Analysis (presented by the IIBA Greater Atlanta Chapter and Cprime) is a virtual conference designed not just for Business Analysts, but any professional who wants to drive enterprise change and continuous improvement in order to advance your organization’s capabilities. It will explore the management of not just virtual teams, but multigenerational virtual teams, Scaling Agile Framework methods across the enterprise, data trends and technology, essential business analysis skills, and more.
This year’s conference theme is New Year, New Opportunities. Take this time to evaluate all opportunities you’ve been presented with or could be presented with this year, and then make sure your professional and personal toolbox is well-equipped to capitalize on these opportunities. There are five tracks to choose from– Trailblazers, Approach & Consider, Essential Skills, Becoming Proficient, and Practical Application.
This conference will be hosted virtually through the event platform and app, Whova. The event runs from 8:30am to 4:30pm that day with replays available to all registered attendees for six months following the event date. This counts as 22.5 IIBA CDUs and PMI PDUs.