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IIBA Toronto Speaker Series - October 21 with Tim Hannan

  • 21 Oct 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • School of Design, 230 Richmond Street East, Toronto, ON


  • Member in good standing of the IIBA Toronto Chapter
  • Not currently an IIBA Toronto Member. $20 if pre registered. $30 at the door. Online registration closes at 5 PM on the day of the event.

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Ideas around Living Requirements Documentation 

[Supporting System Maintenance / Enhancements Programs]


Event Particulars

Date: Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Time: 5:30 – 8:00 pm

Registration / Networking: 5:30 – 6:15 pm

Newcomers/About Us: 6:00 - 6:15 pm

Brainstorming: 6:15 - 6:25 pm

Chapter News: 6:25 – 6:30 pm

Presentation: 6:30 – 8:00 pm


School of Design 

230 Richmond Street East

George Brown College

St. James Campus


School entrance on east side 

of building in laneway

The October Speaker Series is an important tool in your tool chest! Whether your role includes parts of the BABOK framework and your title is a galaxy away from anything business analysis sounding, or you are hardcore business process management, this is an important event.

The presentation will accomplish two things with a third for good measure. The first two are

  • Stop struggling each and every time you start a new requirements project by having a library of requirements available for re-use.
  • There are many software solutions and assessing and or understanding them can be dizzy at best. Take the time to learn with Tim and Blueprint Software how to assess this genre of software and how the living requirements process and the tools exist to make you more valuable.

Here are some of the many names of living requirements

  • Living requirements
  • Evergreen requirements
  • Product based model



Event participants will acquire an understanding of

WHAT problems will a living requirements documentation structure address. Event participants will receive ideas on how to document a problem / opportunity analysis with measures and facts to back these assertions up.

WHAT characteristics of a living requirements documentation makes them useful. Event participants will receive ideas to document real business requirements for living requirements documentation that address the specific problems we captured.

DISCUSS high level strategies for creating effective living requirements documentation. Event participants will receive some practical advice regarding what is required for successful deployment. The presentation will direct you to resources. 

IDEAS on WHERE and WHEN you might reasonably use living requirements in your work flow. Event participants will receive ideas on how to work with senior management on the value of investing in the effort to establish them.

This presentation uses the types of output created by Natasha Kordonska's September 2015 Speaker Series presentation.


Tim Hannan, BA MCBA CBAP

Senior Business Analyst

RBC Finance IT

P/T Instructor 

Atocrates Masters Certificate in Business Analysis at

Durham College

Aijia He BA, MCBA

Business Analyst

RBC Finance IT

Graduate George Brown Business Analysis Program, 2014

IIBA Toronto Volunteer, 2014 - 2015

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