CEO/Chief Strategist Kimberly DeWitt was keynote speaker for the Tampa Bay Chapter of IIBA BABOK study group on August 16. During her engaging presentation, she spoke on her extensive formal and operational knowledge/experience on similarities and differences between a Project Manager and Business Analyst. Although often conflated, Kimberly used an easy-to-follow analogy of a river with boulders to explain how these two roles work together, where they are disparate and where they are the same. She also provided great insights on how different companies she has worked with over her career have defined and utilized both roles.
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Kimberly loves to teach, educate, and advocate. She is available to speak on any number of topics. Use our contact form to inquire or email her directly at: [email protected]