Requirements Management

Our Pulse of the Profession® research has shown that poor requirements management is a major cause of project failure. The requirements process generally includes a needs assessment, elicitation and analysis of requirements, monitoring and controlling requirements and evaluation of solutions.

  • PM Network

    Agile Assurance member content open

    By Parsi, Novid Some project teams believe agile means skimping on requirements management. They're dead wrong. When they disregard this crucial component, they put project success on the line: For 35 percent of…

  • Project Management Journal

    The Influence of Behavioral Competencies on Project Performance member content locked

    By Gruden, Nika | Stare, Aljaž We carried out a quantitative survey to identify the importance and influence of competencies on efficient project performance.

  • Project Management Journal

    Project Managers' Competences member content locked

    By Saunders Pacheco do Vale, João Walter | Nunes, Breno | Carvalho, Marly Monteiro de This article investigates the individual competences of project managers through a methodological approach.

  • What If You Build It and They Won't Buy It? member content open

    By Beyer, Dayle The ability to plan, analyze, and mitigate product, project, and program obstacles to success and take advantage of opportunities is key to innovation and to delivering highly successful products…

  • Demand management as a critical success factor in portfolio management member content open

    By Romano, Luca | Grimaldi, Roberta | Colasuonno, Francesco Saverio Demand management is the process an organization puts in place to internally collect new ideas, projects, and needs during the creation of a portfolio. Demand management is successful when the final…

Advertisement