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The 'GO' Product Roadmap

by Roman Pichler

A goal-oriented product roadmap is an agile planning tool that can help project leaders shift the conversation from tactical to strategic — from detailing features to agreeing on objectives and aligning stakeholders. Features are still provided, of course, but they are derived from the goals, which are measurable, not fuzzy.

Do Away With QA (Part 2)

by David Ward

Organizations are releasing software as soon as possible, skimping on Quality Assurance, squeezing testers, and pointing fingers when it all goes wrong. As our series continues, we look at the second reason they should just do away with software QA completely — to test the code of the smartest programmers you must be even smarter.

Do Away With QA (Part 3)

by David Ward

Organizations are releasing software as soon as possible, skimping on Quality Assurance, squeezing testers, and pointing fingers when it all goes wrong. As our series continues, we look at the third of five reasons that they should just do away with software QA completely — that is, management needs scapegoats.

Do Away With QA (Conclusion)

by David Ward

Organizations are releasing software as soon as possible, skimping on Quality Assurance, squeezing testers, and pointing fingers when it all goes wrong. As our series concludes, we look at the final two reasons that they should just do away with software QA completely (but not really).

Tracking PM-BA Trends

by Andrea Brockmeier Elizabeth Larson Rich Larson Vicki James

Project managers and business analysts share many challenges and concerns, particularly in the areas of requirements, communication, stakeholders and professional development. Here are seven emerging trends, ranging from smaller projects to fewer emails, that BAs and PMs should be tracking and leveraging in 2014.

PMI Launches BA Credential

by ProjectsatWork.com

Project Management Institute has expanded its attention to requirements management with the launch of a new business analysis credential and an online knowledge hub for practitioners and organizations. A new practice guide and practice standard are in the works.

Operational Requirements

by Ireti Oke-Pollard, MBA, PMP

On development projects, operational issues should be factored into the requirements or you could end up with a product that meets all the business requirements but is too costly to maintain and support in the real world. To avoid this, consider adding a seat at the table for operations to participate in the requirements gathering stage.

Reasons to Require

by Bart Gerardi

Agilists value working software over comprehensive documentation. But writing requirements remains an indispensable process that should occur throughout the life of your projects. Here are six great reasons, spanning discovery to delivery, for why we value requirements and user stories.

Copy and Paste Specifications: When One Size Does Not Fit All

by Matthew Aquino

Your car stops running. Confused, you open up the owner’s manual only to see that it refers to an entirely different car. Although this is an extreme example, this is what happens on many projects when the specifications are copy and pasted from similar previous projects. Through lessons learned from recent events and a large project, this article will show how the lack of detailed specifications can ruin a project from the start.

Blind Spots in Requirements Engineering

by Nandita (Nita) Kanjirath

There are a number of blind spots on the road to requirements engineering that often derail projects and go unnoticed until it is too late to recover from the damage. This article lists some of the common mistakes made during project execution and provides approaches on how to avoid them.

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