Allied forces

by understanding their respective strengths, project managers and business analysts can deliver better project results

Seventy percent of organizations report that collaboration between project managers and business analysts is essential for project success, but only 46 percent believe the two groups collaborate well, according to PMI’s 2014 Pulse of the Profession®: Requirements Management—A Core Competency for Project and Program Success. To foster this new era of collaboration, project managers and business analysts need to understand one another’s competing priorities, roles and constraints. By playing to each other’s strengths and compensating for each other’s weaknesses, project managers and business analysts can produce better results.
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