Meet Sue Webb – Principal Practitioner for Business Analysis
Sue Webb is the Principal Practitioner for Business Analysis for DDLS Australia. Sue believes that enterprises thrive when they have passionate staff that have the skills and drive to help move a business towards its vision. Sue’s two greatest passions are from opposites sides of the IT triangle – process and technology, and yet they are very closely related to each other. They are Business Analysis and Business Intelligence. Having extensive experience and many years of educating others on these subjects, as well as Project Management, IT Service Management and SharePoint, gives Sue a unique perspective on IT. It allows her to see IT for the business benefits it delivers, and the business problems that it solves.
Sue has been a professional educator for over twenty years, starting as an applications trainer at an adult education College, progressing from there to tutoring at a tertiary level, then lecturing at University. Sue left academia to become a Technical Trainer in the private sector, which happened nearly ten years ago. Sue is passionate and enthusiastic about education and training, and loves being a trainer. Sue was recently promoted to Principal Practitioner for Business Analysis when DDLS recognised her dedication and domain expertise in this area. Sue is also the Chair of the Perth Branch of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA).
Sue graduated from Edith Cowan University with a first-class honours degree (BSc) in Computer Science. During her time at ECU, Sue was awarded the Faculty Medal for academic excellence and was recognised on the Dean’s list twice.