IIBA-SVC September 20, 2017 Chapter Event Next Week!!!

Don't miss out on our September 2017 Chapter Event!

The Sacramento Valley Chapter of the IIBA September meeting is next Wednesday!
Please RSVP quickly to info@sacramento.iiba.org. Space is limited to 35 attendees!
It is greatly appreciated if you can pass along the attached information flyer along to your co-workers or post it at your work site.
Here’s the info:
Topic:        SABSA - the framework for business-driven architecture
Date:         September 20, 2017
Time:         6PM – 8PM
Cost:         Free for SVC-IIBA members, $10 for non-members
Location:   UC Davis Extension Building (Sutter Square Galleria)
                  2901 K Street, Sacramento, CA, Room 303
Refreshments will be served.
Here are the details:
About the speaker:
Victoria Czaplewski, Change Management Consultant, David Lynas Consulting
Principal, Kalixity, LLC
Victoria combines expertise in Organizational Change Management and Enterprise Business Analysis to assess and navigate the impacts of change and address consequences to culture, policy, processes, operations and organizational structures. She is a Change Management Registered Practitioner (CMRP), a founding member of the Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP), a Certified Business Analyst Professional (CBAP - IIBA) and SABSA Foundation SCF.
About the presentation:
SABSA (Sherwood Applied Business Security Architecture) provides the framework for identifying and analyzing the requirements for the business-driven architecture that supports any organization. By determining the business drivers and business attributes – along with the underlying goals, objectives, success factors and performance targets – we Business Analysts can use the SABSA framework to validate and globally trace functional and non-functional requirements at every level and in every dimension of the organization.  While primarily designed to support the development of Enterprise Security Architecture, the SABSA methodology can be adapted to virtually any business-driven change.
Our next meeting is slated for October 18th –Save the date!
Thank you!
The SVC-IIBA Board looks forward to seeing you
Bob Guarino
SVC-IIBA, VP of Events