Thought Leaders

Some of the brightest business analysts in the field help fuel the resources and insights inside Enfocus Requirements Suite™. Our thought leaders regularly contribute to the Suite’s RequirementCoach™ and the Ask the Analyst community, providing education and passing down knowledge that is vital to the business analysis and project management profession.

Their content appears in the Suite’s webinars, videos, analyst briefs, practice aids, training, presentations, visualization methods, reference guides, and blog posts.

These experts make Enfocus Requirement Suite™ a tool for not only automating all aspects of business analysis, but also accessing the most trusted, current, and accurate intelligence in the field.

Enfocus Solutions thought leaders:

John Parker, Chief Executive Officer, Enfocus Solutions Inc.

Gifted at distilling vast amounts of industry practices and packaging this into practical and usable insight. John continuously investigates business analysis innovation to bring knowledge to clients.

Paul Mulvey, Director of Business Analysis, Enfocus Solutions Inc.

Named one of the Top-25 Most Influential Business Analysts on Twitter, Paul is the author of Business Analysis for Dummies and a frequent speaker and instructor at business analysis conferences and events. His vast experience and his talent and passion for simplifying complex concepts have made him a highly regarded and often-requested advisor, trainer, and presenter.

Keith Ellis, Member of the Board of Directors, Enfocus Solutions, Inc.

Keith Ellis is among the top 1% to 2% of individuals working in business development for the technology services industry, renowned for his research, experience, and contributions to the field of requirements management and business analysis.

Industry thought leaders include:

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Joy Beatty Hamilton, Vice President, Research and Development, Seilevel

Joy drives the creation and implementation of new methodologies and best practices that improve requirements elicitation and modeling. She assists Fortune 500 companies as they build business analysis centers of excellence, and she has provided training to thousands of business analysts.

Robin Goldsmith, President, Go Pro Management, Inc.

Robin has extensive information systems experience, having worked for the City of Cleveland, large financial institutions, and a “big Four” management and consulting firm. Robin is a frequent speaker at leading software development and quality/testing conferences.

Kathleen Hass, Principal Consultant, Kathleen Hass & Associates

Kathleen is a leading expert in evaluating business analysts and business workforce competencies, using strategic enterprise analysis to execute strategy, assessing business analysis maturity, discovering and validating business requirements, developing business cases and managing complex projects, and establishing business analysis centers of excellence.

Howard Podeswa, Chief Executive Officer, Noble, Inc.

Author of The Business Analyst’s Handbook, Howard is a sought-after speaker at conferences, a leader in the industry, and a designer of business analysis training programs for a number of large institutions. He is a subject matter expert and reviewer of the IIBA’s Businesses Analysis Body of Knowledge. More information coming soon.

Karl Wiegers, Author and Principal, Process Impact

Author of Software Requirements, Karl is a leading authority on requirements engineering, risk management, software peer reviews, project management, metrics, and process assessment. He has years of experience in software development and management, and in leading process improvement, quality improvement, and software measurement activities in both small and large organizations.