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Advance Business Analysis Capability

Corporate Program membership shows your team that you’re committed to the growth of their careers and improving business outcomes.

Empower Your People to Drive Business Results


Achieve business objectives at the strategic, tactical, and operational levels

Implementing business analysis best practices and industry standards is essential to standardizing business processes and improving business outcomes.

A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK Guide)


Address skills gaps and align training and development with business needs

Set benchmarks and align competencies to roles and mandates with a quantitative assessment for resource management, training, and development.

Business Analysis Competency Model

Certifications in Business Analysis

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Stay up to date and help shape the profession

IIBA Global Research provides a broad view of topical information, insights, and trends that influence business analysis globally. Contribute to the evolution of business analysis.

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  • Build and advance business analysis capabilities. 
  • Network with and engage in a community of like-minded professionals. 
  • Accelerate career progression and align professional development with business needs. 
  • Gain exclusive insights and resources.


Business Analysis Magazine (BAM!)

Written by members for members, BAM! is IIBA’s online magazine exploring the latest developments in the industry. Your team can enjoy full access and the opportunity to contribute with blogs, reviews, and articles.

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  • Increase consistency, quality, and speed of delivery. 
  • Raise professional development standards. 
  • Boost customer-centric productivity. 
  • Adapt to market needs quicker.  
  • Enable teams to successfully drive business results.


Maturing business analysis into a vibrant capability with consistent execution

Nedbank’s leadership actively supported establishing a Business Analysis Practice Centre to support Nedbank’s 300 business analysis professionals. Through their IIBA corporate membership, Nedbank built their business analysis framework and based their roles and career paths in alignment with IIBA global standards for the practice.

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Supporting and Developing the Next Generation of Business Analysis Professionals

More than eight years ago, John Hancock launched an innovative program geared to developing a network of the highest potential business analysis professionals. Since its inception, the program has proven itself to be an important way to attract and retain a strong network of business analysis professionals.

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The awards program recognizes Corporate Program Members who have consistently demonstrated effective business analysis practices within their organizations. All IIBA Corporate Program Members are invited to self-nominate by completing the Business Analysis Capability Questionnaire between January and August of each year. Awards are presented annually on November 1 during Global Business Analysis Day celebrations.

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Augment business analysis capability with enterprise access to standards and best practices in specialized domains.

Agile Analysis
Business Data Analytics
Strategic Business Analysis
Product Ownership Analysis 

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Enterprise Transformation Methodology

Any big endeavor starts with the right mindset and the journey to achieving enterprise agility is no exception. The right environment needs to be created and it requires a commitment to education and training, new tools and techniques, patient transition, and cultural change. With any process or methodology implementation, practices will need to be adapted and localized.

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Business Agility and Business Analysis in Sync for Success

What are some of the challenges that we face today? Uncertainty about the future and how to respond, how to monitor performance in a fast-changing

world, which opportunities to pursue to achieve positive performance, and how to deal with the massive amount of data and get value from that data – these are just some of the most common challenges.

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