Facilitating GAP Analysis

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Bridge the gap between your business objectives and ways to achieve them. Armed with just a flip-chart and a few color markers, Michael Wood demonstrates a highly efficient method that you can use for developing requirements with users rapidly. Dazzle senior management with what you can produce in just a couple of 45 minute work-sessions using this technique.

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Great presentation. Nice, straightforward model explained in a way that really allows you to actually to do it yourself and get results. Thanks!

Network:0
A simple , but clear model for Gap Analysis.. Thanks

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This a great example of bringing together various disciplines into a topic and providing not only the benefit of understanding the requirements for GAP analysis but other areas that need to be built on. Thank you for a great presentation.


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Thank you all for you kind words

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Very much liked the tip about how to get participants to move from brainstorming to specifics.

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Great stuff. Easy to understand and to follow.

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A good starting point to creating a gap analysis model

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It is really helpful...

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An totally amazing presentation. Every slide and word was worth the time investment.

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