IIBA Denver Chapter
Save the Date! 
Date: Wednesday, Jun 19, 2019
Time: 5:30 - 8 pm
Location: Calendar
Boulder Public Library
George Reynolds Branch Library
3595 Table Mesa Drive
Boulder, CO 80305
The library is on Table Mesa Drive, across from King Soopers.    
We will be meeting in the Reynolds Meeting Room on the lower level.  
Parking at George Reynolds Branch Library is free, and there are other parking areas available nearby.

The meeting cost is free for members of the Denver Chapter and members must first be IIBA International members and must pay local chapter dues. Meeting cost for non-members is $12.

We are using Meetup to manage registrations. You may need to register with Meetup if you haven't already.
Group Q&A:
Before the main presentation, please plan to be a part of our group Q&A session. During this 15 minute session, we'll open the meeting for any Business Analysis questions, or questions related to the evening's topic. This is your chance to leverage the massive collective experience of the chapter to address questions or problems you are facing as a BA and would like to get the groups input. You may also be the one with just the right piece of information or advice for a question raised to the group.
Meeting Sponsor 

Thank you Apex for providing the meeting space and refreshments for the May meeting!
Message from the Chapter Board  
By Linda Meserve, Chapter President
Last month, our north metro group lost its meeting venue due to a public safety issue.  We found out about 8 hours before the scheduled time.  Uh-oh...  Now what?   It was a busy morning as we switched to a conference call only meeting format and got the word out as best we could.  It was a disruption, to be sure.  But the change allowed attendees from other parts of the Front Range to join us and hear a wonderful presentation by Margaret May.  And our attendance was double what we expected.  What a great result!
So you may be asking - why doesn't IIBA Denver include conference calls all the time? Sometimes our meeting location does not have the facilities for us to accomplish this well.   Sometimes, our meetings are "mini-workshops" which do not always convert well to a real-life/virtual mixed format. But more often than not, it's a matter of having someone available to "man the desk".    We are also in the process of moving to another teleconferencing tool, and this would be a great time to jump in!
Also, we are nearing chapter elections. We are especially interested in adding a VP of Education and a VP of Communications, or a role of your choice.   While life can intervene, we ask our board members to serve two-year terms starting July 1 and ending June 30.   You must also be a member in good standing with IIBA International and IIBA Denver to qualify.  If you are interested, please contact any current board member for details.  See for contact information.
Looking forward to a wonderful spring!  
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