Call For Papers

The Call-for-Papers for the 3rd BA-DAY 2020 has been closed - we are fully booked since end of October 2019

Session formats on the BA-DAY

 

4h Workshop on Thursday

If you want to speak, please consider that there are two formats. On Thursday we usually have half-day workshops, 4 hours each with one break, starting either 9:00 or 14:00. The workshops should provide the participants with valuable take-aways, similar to what you usually can get when attending a training, but shorter, more compressed. A good example is to get introduced to a new best practice, like the SAFe framework or trained in a special Business Analysis discipline like Solution Evaluation. The workshops have usually between 10 and 30 participants, depending on the popularity of your topic. We have two or three workshops tracks running in parallel.  

45 min Presentation on Friday

Friday is the conference day where we expect 150 to 200 participants in the keynotes which take place in the large auditorium. Between opening and closing keynote the large room is divided in several rooms, so that regular presentations can run in parallel tracks. These track presentations have round about 50+ participants. Please keep at least 5 min. for Q&A at the end of your speech.

Please explain in your application in which theme track your presentation should be and why, the themes can be found on the home page and in this slide deck

Prepare Papers

Is your topic valuable for the Business Analysis or Project Management communities? Does your presentation have a proper layout and story line? Does your presentation fit into one of the track themes?

Revise Papers

Are you papers complete, i.e., including an abstract, your short bio, your role and your company? Please include former speaking events or publications. 

Send your papers

Please put all your information in an e-mail and send it to papers@ba-day.com, we will come back to you in case of questions. You will be finally notified within 6 to 8 weeks, mostly earlier.

Requirements

The conference is soliciting literature review, survey, business case study and research papers and
comments including, whilst not limited to, the following areas of interest:
  • Business Analysis
  • Agile Practices
  • Roles & Responsibilities 
  • Financial Analysis
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Modelling and Visualization 
  • Eliciting Techniques
  • Moderation and Facilitation 
  • Requirements Engineering 
  • Requirements Management
  • Industry Experiences
  • Best Practices
  • Research Results
  • Applied Techniques 
  • Collaborative Work
  • Intercultural Aspects
  • Success and Failure 
  • Business Analysis Maturity

Ready To Submit Papers?

All full paper submissions will be peer reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical and/or research content/depth, correctness, relevance to conference, contributions, and readability. English is the official language of the conference. We welcome paper submissions. Prospective authors are invited to submit full (and original research) papers in electronic (DOC or PDF) format.