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    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…

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    By Liskow, Mike Do software project teams still need dedicated business analysts? I've heard this debated frequently of late. Some argue that it's more efficient for developers to collect requirements directly from…

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    By Merrick, Amy 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…

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    Now you see it member content open

    By Bahman, Alma Visual modeling can streamline project requirements and dependencies, turning overwhelming amounts of data into readily analyzable images and directly impacting project success.

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    Accurate requirements member content open

    In this month's Q&A, practitioners share their top techniques in establishing proper requirements at the start of the project.

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    Requirements Management? member content open

    PMI surveyed more than 2,000 project practitioners and business analysts about the current state of requirements management and its impact on projects and programs.

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    Setting the course member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Every new project starts with a need. Whether it is a higher productivity, increased competitiveness or improved public service, project managers must understand what a project aims to achieve.…

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    Allied Forces: Project Analysts Can Helf Project Managers Become More Effective Leaders member content open

    By Whitten, Neal Because a project manager's primary responsibility is leading a project towards an outcome that achieves the sponsor's defined objectives, project managers must protect themselves from getting…

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    By Moore, John Frederick The software development process is by nature more fluid and unstructured than many other kinds of product development processes. Additionally, software project requirements tend to be general and…

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    By Powell, Jonathan W. The phase of requirements gathering is often critical to project success or failure. This article maintains that requirements gathering must be collaborative, and proposes that the most beneficial…

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