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  • I still don't have time to innovate member content open

    By Larson, Elizabeth | Larson, Richard Organizations and corporations are recognizing the need for innovation in a rapidly changing world, and yet finding time to innovate and resistance to change within an organization can make…

  • Entrepreneurial business analysis practitioner member content open

    By Larson, Richard | Larson, Elizabeth Successful entrepreneurs typically share specific traits and characteristics that enable them to achieve their goals and objectives. Yet, these same characteristics and traits can be extremely…

  • I still don't have time to manage requirements: My project is later than ever member content open

    By Larson, Elizabeth Many of us know that poor requirements management is a major source of failed projects. PMI's Pulse of the Profession® (2014) found that 37% of all organizations reported inaccurate requirements as…

  • Seven questions to ask to determine if your organization is agile ready member content open

    By Larson, Elizabeth | Larson, Richard These days, organizations want the ability to respond rapidly to an ever-changing business environment. Some organizations have heard that adopting Agile methods provides quick project turnaround.…

  • Creating bulletproof business cases member content open

    By Larson, Richard | Larson, Elizabeth Inadequate or non-existent business cases usually result in unclear project scope. This often leads to scope creep, which results in rework, cost overruns, delays, etc. In addition, inappropriate…

  • Partnering for project success member content open

    By Carkenord, Barbara | Cartwright, Chris | Grace, Robin | Goldsmith, Larry | Larson, Elizabeth | Skrabak, Jen | Vonk, Cornelis To reduce project risk and generate products and services that satisfy customer requirements, many organizations are adding to their project team a new role: The business analyst. But this role is…

  • Project manager and business analyst member content open

    By Larson, Elizabeth | Larson, Richard Project managers and business analysts often play similar project roles. But each also performs responsibilities exclusive to their role, skills, and realm of experience. This paper examines the…

  • Top five causes of scope creep ... and what to do about them member content open

    By Larson, Richard | Larson, Elizabeth Scope creep is one of the most prevalent causes of project failure. This paper examines the five most common causes of scope creep and suggests an approach that can help project managers effectively…

  • I don't have time to manage requirements member content open

    By Larson, Elizabeth | Larson, Richard Without a formal and structured approach for managing project requirements, project managers cannot effectively prevent such project ills as scope creep, cost overruns, and product waste. This paper…

  • I don't have time to manage requirements member content open

    By Larson, Elizabeth | Larson, Richard All too often, project teams are more focused on meeting aggressive deadlines than ensuring that the project is actually integrating the client's requirements. This paper examines how project…

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