The ability to elicit and communicate clear, unambiguous requirements is key to the BA role. However, when requirements are expressed solely in verbal form, whether written or spoken, the risk of ambiguity and confusion remains.
This panel discussion will explore the topic of Visual Thinking and how it can be used to amplify traditional BA practices in order to better explore problems, create a shared understanding and provide clarity when articulating complex requirements. It will also cover some practical aspects such as when (and when not) to use Visual Thinking and challenge the myth that you have to be good at art to be able to practice it.”
About the Speaker
Grant has over 20 years’ experience of delivering and leading enterprise-scale transformation and digital service design across government and financial services sectors. He is a Principal Consultant and Director of Scarlett Solutions, a UK based consultancy specialising in Business Analysis/Architecture, Agile Product Management and Business Transformation.
Grant combines his passion for Business Analysis with tools and techniques from other fields such as user/customer experience(UX/CX), P3M and lean/agile delivery in order to clearly define problems and
identify effective solutions for his clients. He actively practices Visual Thinking throughout his work and is passionate about its ability to create alignment, improve understanding and generate creative ideas.