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  • Creating clear project requirements member content open

    By Burek, Paul Defining a project's requirements is not simply an exercise in understanding what a client needs; it is a process for outlining how the project team can help the client realize their goals. This…

  • 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…

  • The collision of strategic project management & business analysis member content open

    By Wessels, Don J. The disciplines of project management and business analysis are both expanding long-held boundaries to help organizations meet the demands of operating in today's complex, uncertain, and volatile…

  • The odd couple member content open

    By Brúlé, Glenn R. While managing projects, project managers must play other business roles typically not associated with their profession. One such role is business analyst. This paper examines how the disciplines of…

  • Blind spot elimination member content open

    By Nee, Nancy Y. | Morison, Kathy As organizations increasingly expect projects to generate business benefits, project managers and business analysts are increasingly playing each other's roles. This role shifting has sharply driven…

  • Symbiosis member content open

    By Cusolito, Rick Research has shown that many project problems are directly tied to poorly managed requirements gathering. This paper examines how project managers--by working closely with business analysts--can…

  • Critical success factors for professional requirements management member content open

    By Misch, Robert To achieve successful project outcomes, project managers must document their client's project requirements and develop plans that enable the project team to create a solution that helps the client…

  • 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…

  • Transitioning business requirements to an IT solution member content open

    By Carkenord, Barbara | Perris, Angie Business professionals and information technology (IT) professionals speak different languages. As a result, IT projects to create business systems can easily fail: Business stakeholders might not…

  • Uncover gaps in your requirements using requirements risk management techniques member content open

    By Lee, Cheryl | Schibi, Ori According to a 2014 Project Management Institute Pulse of the Profession® report, inaccurate requirements gathering is the second most common reason for project failure, second only to changing…

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