Requirements are a critical component of projects and programs and are fundamental to the practice of business analysis.
Business analysts and project managers share a common interest — the success of the project. Through collaboration, PMs and BAs can greatly improve the chances of delivering a successful product, service or end result, our 2015 Pulse® research has shown.
Use these resources to take actionable steps towards maturing your requirements and business analysis practices and to raise the bar on your business analysis competencies.
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Through visual modeling techniques, practitioners can clearly illuminate relationships between requirements, resulting in shorter development phases and increased productivity. From PM Network®
Increasing complexity in technical programs contributes to difficulties with requirements specification. Change models are evolving to address this major deficiency of classical systems engineering and program management. By Bohdan W. Oppenheim, PhD
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