The Dynamic Duo: Business Analyst and Project Manager

Topic Description:

When Business Analysts and Project Managers work together in an organization, who leads in the dynamic duo dance and what are the steps each needs to take to create true collaboration? Join us to learn secrets for improving the Dynamic Duo Dance between Business Analysis and Project Management.

In today’s fast-paced business climate, where does business analysis end and project management begin?  It can be a confusing picture. Some organizations have project managers and no business analysts; others have analysts but lack effective implementation expertise. Some organizations have analysts and managers who interact and co-operate effectively – others do not!

There is no template for the structure of this relationship that suits all organizations – nor should there be! But in acknowledging the uniqueness of individual partnerships it is apparent that success in the wider field of change management depends on business analysis and project management working together with increasing effectiveness.

This session highlights the super-heros of change that are growing today’s businesses…the “Dynamic Duo” of business analysts and project managers.  Lead by a facilitator who is certified and highly experienced in both roles, this interactive session will engage the audience on a path to find solutions that fit their unique needs.

Key Learning Points:

  • Understand why Project Management Offices (PMO) and Center of Excellences (COE) fail to deliver results.
  • Understand the sources of conflict between business analysts and project managers.
  • Identify the top 5 tools and technique that can accelerate collaboration and improve results.


All Business Analysts, Project Managers, Consultants, Managers, Team Leads