Project Managers and Business Analysts - How do we relate?
The event will be divided in two segments. First, Eno Eka will guide us through how the roles of the Business Analyst (BA) and the Project Manager align and clarify how the roles differ in terms of function including how each role supports project success. Next, we will hear from Ogaga Johnson who will show us how a BA can seamlessly transition from one industry to another using their core BA skills to excel in various industries.
- Understand the difference between the role of the Business Analyst and Project Manager
- Gain insights into the skill sets required to lead change and transformation initiatives
- Develop knowledge of the tools and techniques required to build the strategic and business management competence
1.5 (Technical 1.0, Strategic & Business Management 0.5)
6:30 - 6:35 PM - Welcome and introduction
6:35 - 7:10 PM - Eno Eka
7:10 - 7:45 PM - Ogaga Johnson
7:45 - 7:55 PM - Q&A
7:55 - 8:00 PM - Closing remarks
PMI Toronto Members (login prior to registering) - $5.00 +HST
Non-Members and Guests - $15.00 +HST
Eno Eka is an award-winning Business Analysis Consultant, Career Coach, and Speaker who has been recognized for helping more than 20,000 professionals around the world kickstart their professional careers.
She is a Business Analysis content developer and Course Instructor at the University of Manitoba.
She is the CEO of Eny Consulting Inc and Founder of Business Analysis School.
She has curated mentorship and coaching programs for immigrants to Canada which have sought her recognition & awards globally.
Eno is an embodiment of service as she volunteers with several non-profit organizations to help immigrants to Canada integrate successfully and become gainfully employed.
Her awards and achievements include:
Forbes 30 under 30 nominees 2020, Education Category
Alberta Top 30 under 30 recipients 2021
Calgary Top 40 under 40 nominees 2019 & 2020
Universal Women’s Network, Winner 2019 Award for Mentorship
RBC Women of Influence 2020 Award Recipient
Top 100 Black Women to Watch in Canada 2020 Award Recipient
Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 award in the RBC Future Launch Future Leaders category nominee
RBC Top 75 Canadian Immigrant Awards Finalist 2020
Alberta Women Entrepreneurs Nominee 2021
Immigrants of Distinction Awards Nominee Finalist 2021
2020 Tällberg/Eliasson Global Leadership Prize Nominee
Top 8 Female Business Analysis Influencers To Watch in 2021-Globally Recognized & Featured by the IIBA
Ogaga Johnson is a Project Leader, Consultant, Educator, and Speaker who has led the delivery of multi-million innovative change and technology transformation initiatives across diverse sectors globally.
She currently leads change and transformation initiatives in the Treasury division of one of the largest airline groups in the world. Helping them transform the division into a best-in-class function.
She is the Principal consultant of The OJ Company; a Project Management Training and Consulting organization where she leads the design and facilitation of Project Management courses and training for clients globally. She has helped hundreds of professionals to start and build successful careers in Project Management through her PMP Coaching and Project Management Programs.
She is an active member and volunteer with PMI. She served on the board of Directors of the PMI NL Chapter as the Director of Programs & Professional development. She also contributes learning content (articles and webinars) on PMI’s learning platform.
Ogaga is happily married to Tosin Johnson and together they have a son. She enjoys spending time and serving at church with her family, traveling, teaching, and meeting new people.
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