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Identifying Requirements from BPI Documentation

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by Michael Wood

In this installment on requirements, we will walk through the methodology for identifying IPOs, the functional data model and briefly address level of effort estimating.

Capturing Project Requirements and Knowledge

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by Gregory Githens

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Projects don't fail at the end, they fail at the beginning. Thinking strategically and leveraging requirements help you begin as well as you hope to end.

Bullying at Work: An Ethical and Leadership Dilemma for Project Managers

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by Paul Pelletier, LL.B., PMP

Sadly, the rates of workplace bullying across the globe, despite efforts to eliminate it, are increasing dramatically. To complicate matters, workplace bullies are often hard to identify. In order to directly and proactively address this issue, organizations, project managers and their organizations need to take action. Fortunately, there are many sources of information and tools available to assist them.

Gathering Requirements: Go Away Please!

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by Elizabeth Larson Rich Larson

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Overt resistance is easier to handle than behavior that appears to be cooperative, but which prevents the project from moving forward. This article focuses on resistance to business requirements elicitation and discusses how building relationships and trust can help overcome it.

I Don't Have Time to Manage Requirements--My Project is Late Already!

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by Elizabeth Larson Rich Larson

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This paper provides and overview of requirements management, emphasizing the relationship between requirements management and project management, It describes the requirements framework and associated knowledge areas. In addition, it details the activities in requirements planning, describes components of a Requirements Management Plan, and explains how to negotiate for the use of requirements management tools, such as the Requirements Traceability Matrix to "get the project to done."

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