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Annual General Meeting 2018

Annual General Meeting 2018

President – Annual Report Bob Gregory

President – Annual Report Bob Gregory

President’s Report – Board Governance • Increased the board from 7 to 9 positions

President’s Report – Board Governance • Increased the board from 7 to 9 positions • Added VP – Chair of Conference • Split the VP position for Development and Events • VP of Development • Lost Treasurer early in 2017 • Replaced Treasurer at Conference in 2017

President’s Report – Chapter Governance • Began a reciprocal chapter sharing in our conference

President’s Report – Chapter Governance • Began a reciprocal chapter sharing in our conference • • • MSP Chapter board attendee (1) • Central Iowa board attendee (2) Central Regional Director monthly conference calls Attended the Annual Chapter Leadership Conference (virtual) hosted by the Central Regional Director for chapter leaders Attended Building Business Capabilities (BBC) Nov 2017 Began a two part program offered by IIBA to offer mentorship program for chapters

Treasurer’s – Report Bob Gregory, Interim Treasurer 2017 Misti Poynter, Treasurer 2018

Treasurer’s – Report Bob Gregory, Interim Treasurer 2017 Misti Poynter, Treasurer 2018

Welcome our new chapter treasurer Misti Poynter

Welcome our new chapter treasurer Misti Poynter

2018 Treasurer’s Report • We have money in the bank! • The board continues

2018 Treasurer’s Report • We have money in the bank! • The board continues to control expenses and manage our revenue. • 2018 Focus • Define and improve new processes for our events and conference. • Improve registration for events and the conference. • Star Chapter • Pay. Pal • Provide ability to use credit or debit card for payment.

Vice President – Conference Chair Erik D Laessig

Vice President – Conference Chair Erik D Laessig

Vice President & Conference Chair • Assisted and networked within the 2017 Conference (i.

Vice President & Conference Chair • Assisted and networked within the 2017 Conference (i. e. Speaker Buddy, Bag Hand Out, Vendors, etc. ) • Onboarding into Conference Chair role with Judy Alter • Recruited 2018 Election Committee and documented role for BOD • Recruited 2018 Conference Chairs • Kickoff meeting complete • Monthly Roadmap to Conference Day meetings in progress • Networking and recruiting additional volunteers for Conference Day

Vice President & Conference Chair, con’t • Conference Speaker and Vendor Chairs ramping up

Vice President & Conference Chair, con’t • Conference Speaker and Vendor Chairs ramping up • Keynotes are holding dates and being discussed • 3 -4 potential new Vendors • Narrowing down the 2018 Conference theme (i. e. Ongoing Evolution of Business Analysis) • Narrowed down 2019 Conference Venue selection • Walkthroughs scheduled for last week in February • Marketing planned for early • Leveraging YAPP application and Linked. In as primary • Attending Monthly Americas Central Region meetings as able

Membership Kelly D. Casey

Membership Kelly D. Casey

Chapter Membership To be a member in good standing, you must • Be a

Chapter Membership To be a member in good standing, you must • Be a member of IIBA International • Regularly attend Chapter events

2017 Membership Totals by Month • There were some data integrity issues with the

2017 Membership Totals by Month • There were some data integrity issues with the membership loads for the first half of 2017, so that data was excluded.

Membership Benefits • Regular professional development events geared toward business analysis • IIBA resources

Membership Benefits • Regular professional development events geared toward business analysis • IIBA resources and tools (newsletter, templates, webinars, etc. ) • Networking opportunities with business analysis and IT professionals • Leadership opportunities • Volunteer opportunities • Discounts for Chapter events

Membership Challenges • Retaining existing members; making members feel connected to the organization •

Membership Challenges • Retaining existing members; making members feel connected to the organization • Company downsizing, layoffs, no budget for membership renewals • Other free resources available • Communication challenges

Professional Development Karen Lofgren-Anderson

Professional Development Karen Lofgren-Anderson

CCBA®/CBAP® Study Group • Met weekly September 11 – October 16, 2017 at TD

CCBA®/CBAP® Study Group • Met weekly September 11 – October 16, 2017 at TD Ameritrade • Facilitators: Rose Gunia and Marcia Houston • 12 Study Group Participants • Watermark’s Study Guide and BABOK v. 3 • Chris Salvo and Samuel Teal have passed the CBAP® exam! • Other participants continue their studies. • Participants liked the comradery of studying together and encouraging each other. It was an interactive group!

Vice President - Events Phil Sullivan

Vice President - Events Phil Sullivan

2017 Meeting Attendance: 470/307 186 115 57 54 30 20 16 15 Jan Feb

2017 Meeting Attendance: 470/307 186 115 57 54 30 20 16 15 Jan Feb 11 Mar 54 50 20 Apr 0 0 May 19 25 6 Jun 2016 Jul 2017 49 28 19 Aug 24 14 Sep Oct Nov 0 0 Dec

2016 Meeting Attendance: 579/470 186 169 85 69 57 21 20 Jan 27 30

2016 Meeting Attendance: 579/470 186 169 85 69 57 21 20 Jan 27 30 33 30 21 16 Feb 41 Mar Apr 0 May 50 54 49 29 19 Jun 2015 18 Jul 2016 Aug 24 0 Sep Oct Nov 0 Dec

Vice President – Communication & Marketing Phil Sullivan

Vice President – Communication & Marketing Phil Sullivan

Communication and Marketing: 2018 • Social Media • Linked. In • Facebook • Twitter

Communication and Marketing: 2018 • Social Media • Linked. In • Facebook • Twitter • Website • Improvements to events notifications • Expand our brand outside Website or Linked. In • Use local papers to announce Conference dates • Outreach to major employers in Omaha