Business Analysis to hold virtual meeting on 23rd March

March 6, 2012 by  

Busy Crystal Lake business owners have a new means of learning and interacting with likeminded individuals remotely through Business Analysis: Community of Practice.

Even though it can seem like entrepreneurs have no choice but to pursue either seminars or networking events, Business Analysis is a credible alternative that doesn’t require any traveling since many of its sessions are held virtually.

The topic for the group’s next virtual meeting on March 23rd is “Business Case”. Callers will be sitting down and discussing the implications of writing and using business cases. Concise and filled with insight, those planning to place a call here aren’t going to be coming away empty-handed.

Taken from Business Analysis’ page, the basic agenda has been listed off as follows:

“7:00 am-7:15 am Central Time – introductions/logistics
7:15 am-8:15 am Central Time – discussion” (sic.)

Geared towards business analysts and experienced decision-makers as a whole, the way these meetings are structured is as straightforward as the process of signing up. However, what makes this group stand out from others is the fact that these conversations make for an excellent opportunity to acquire professional contacts. Since communication is largely done online and over the phone in this group, it can’t hurt to have ready made digital business cards to refer people to.

With these events being free to attend, it’s worth pointing out that this group is very low-risk and high-reward. For professional business analysts or even other business people who are interested in hearing from the other side, there’s plenty to look forward to in these early morning conversations.