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PMs Are From Mars, BAs Are From Venus

May 01, 2014
56m 57s

Whether you're a Project Manager or a Business Analyst, you can certainly relate to a situation where you've felt like your cohort on a project was from a completely different planet! This panel discussion webinar between our PM expert, Ori Schibi, and our BA expert, Cheryl Lee, will explore some of the misconceptions that each role has and learn how to play nicely with each other in the project world.

Cheryl Lee and Alexander Stanisic

Cheryl Lee (CBAP, PMP), has conducted many workshops, classes and seminars including presenting at Project World/Business Analyst World in Toronto. Cheryl has served as a Director at Large at the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) Toronto Chapter where she had facilitated CBAP study groups for chapter members. Cheryl is currently the Co-Founder and Chair of the Project Management Institute - Southern Ontario Chapter Business Analysis Branch. She is also a strong believer of practicing what she preaches and therefore continues to consult as a project manager or business analyst while she teaches project management and business analysis courses at Global Knowledge.

Alexander Stanisic, PMP, SCPM, SSGB
Alexander is a seasoned business professional with 12+ years' experience within both public and private sectors. He brings a wealth of hands on experience, a knowledge and understanding of how project management really works in organizations and its application for real value and results. Alexander is currently teaching 10 university-accredited courses for Global Knowledge in association with McMaster University, Canada. He is recognized as one of top facilitators, is a well-respected member of the project management community and is frequently invited to speak at the PMI events.


  • What a Project Manager vs. a Business Analyst does.
  • Tips to form a partnership with your PM/BA, specifically in the areas of:
    • Scope Management
    • Communication
    • Risk Management
  • Trends in the PM and BA industries