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Roxanne Miller visits New Zealand

By Martina Saville . Posted April 21, 2013

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We’re delighted to announce that Redvespa is bringing industry expert Roxanne Miller, president of Requirements Quest (based in Wisconsin, USA), to New Zealand in late August. Roxanne will speak to IIBA members in Auckland and Wellington on how to effectively elicit nonfunctional requirements. Redvespa is also arranging for Roxanne to present to Redvespa preferred clients and friends on a variety of topics including:

  • Asking the Right Questions
  • Metrics for Business Analysis Best Practices
  • Business Analysis Insights for Executives

Roxanne MillerRoxanne Miller is a self-proclaimed “Requirements Super Freak.” She is passionate about helping business analysts increase their skills and competency to deliver quality requirements, and strives to educate and promote the value of the business analysis role in application development projects. Roxanne’s book, The Quest for Software Requirements, is a first-of-its-kind reference guide with over 2,000 suggested elicitation questions, as well as a tested framework to help individuals make their project work more efficient and effective.

Roxanne is well known for her expertise, passion, and energising presentation style, making her a popular, frequent speaker at business analysis and project management industry conferences worldwide. Roxanne is an active member and advocate of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®), and is a Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®).

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