My name is Tim Wrathall. I’m here to share my knowledge, to learn from you, and make a positive impact on my community.

I’m a Business Analyst that works with you to define, capture, and drive your needs.  This helps me to shape and define what is possible.  I’ll be your best advocate and always push the get the best outcome, for you. 

With over 20 years’ in the private and public sector, I have experience in: asset management,

CRM, business process improvement, skills development, and leading cross-functional teams.

Roles I’ve held include:

  • End-user support
  • Strategy
  • Project Management
  • Coaching/Mentoring and
  • Leadership.

In my current role, I lead a team of BA’s to deliver change across multiple domains.  My team specialise in asset management, energy markets, and enterprise (corporate) projects. Like any good BA, my team can adapt to new challenges.  Whether it be technical, domain, or a mix of both, they will get the job done, and get a great outcome.


I graduated from Swinburne Uni with an MISM and MBA in 2008.  I hold:

  • Certified Business Analyst Professional (CBAP) from IIBA
  • Safe Agilist (SA), Safe Practitioner (SP), and Safe Scrum Master (SSM) from Scaled Agile, and
  • AgileBA from APMG.


I want to support a strong BA community in Melbourne.  As such, I volunteer for the IIBA as the Melbourne education lead.  The role focuses on running study groups and mentoring members.

I’ve worked with the national team to write course material.  My most recent work was to develop a curriculum for an Agile Extensions Study Group.

I share great satisfaction when I can help people to become a better BA. 


Outside of work, I have a number of interests.  They include:

  • Rugby, both a supporter (Melbourne Rebels, Wallabies) and coach
  • Avid Photographer
  • Contributor and Editor for greenandgoldrugby.com
  • Aquarium hobbyist, and
  • Aspiring musician.

I’ve married to my wife Kate for 16 years, and we have three boys; Tom, William, and Xavier.