Episode 5 (Camille Spruill) – Business Agility – the Need for Business Analysts to Step Up Their Game!


Listen in on my conversation with Camille Spruill as she educates us about the business analysis skills Agile teams desperately need. Camille helps us understand how the role of the traditional waterfall analyst is changing. She highlights how traditional analysts need to ‘step up their game’ in order to compete in this more-fast paced evolving project space. If you are working in waterfall and desire the opportunity to advance your skills – Camille shares her experience on how you must own your career path and begin your professional development journey with the one skill money can’t buy – self-motivation. The good news is we learn from Camille that the path to becoming an Agile BA is not that intimidating, very doable for those who seek it, and a whole lot of fun.


Camille is the founder and CEO of ezTagile. She is a Business Agility Strategist and Instructor who focuses on the eco system of an organization’s agile journey, to yield the best results.

With over 19+ years as a Technologist and 9+ years as an Agilist, across a broad spectrum of industries and a diverse clientele, she has acquired extensive knowledge and insights into solving complex organizational challenges.  Her experience has included working with such organizations as Fidelity Investments, Red hat, Dell EMC, IQVIA, Allegis Group, Credit Suisse and the City of New York.

Camille is certified as a Certified Scaled Agile Framework Program Consultant (SPC4®), Certified Scaled Agile Framework Agilist (SA®), Certified Scaled Agile Framework Scrum Master (SSM®), Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Master (CSM®), Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Professional (CSP®), IIBA Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) and a PMI Certified Project Management Professional (PMP®)

In her spare time, she is an avid volunteer giving back to her local community, speaking at local conferences, universities, professional user groups, and communities of practices.  She also participates in local charities and embeds the principles of giving back into the culture of ezTagile.

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