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State of Scrum Report

white paper
by ProjectManagement.com, ProjectsAtWork.com and Scrum Alliance

There has been an explosive change within the last two decades over how software is developed and deployed. Agile methods and Scrum have led this charge and continue to gain momentum. A new report, "The State of Scrum: Benchmarks & Guidelines", is now available. This report reveals who is practicing Scrum, why they are practicing Scrum and the outlook for Scrum. Almost 500 professionals in over 70 countries were surveyed by ProjectManagement.com, ProjectsAtWork.com and Scrum Alliance for the report. Participants represented multiple industries from IT to education, finance, government, healthcare, telecommunications and more. Learn how your Scrum practice compares!

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

white paper
by Elizabeth Larson Rich Larson

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

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."

Capturing Project Requirements and Knowledge

PREMIUM white paper
by Gregory Githens

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

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.

Requirements Management Made Easy

white paper
by Alan M. Davis & Ann S. Zweig

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

If what you produced is not what the customer required, most likely you spent a lot of time and energy on something destined to go down the drain.

Gathering Requirements: Go Away Please!

white paper
by Elizabeth Larson Rich Larson

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

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.

What a Project Manager Really Needs to Know About Requirements

white paper
by Rosemary Hossenlopp, President, PM Perspectives, LLC

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

This paper provides a general outline that you can follow to incorporate industry standard requirements activities and correlate key practices, tasks and techniques in the International Institute of Business Analysts (IIBA) Body of Knowledge (BOK) with the Project Management Institute (PMI) A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide). To accomplish this, a project manager will look at these three areas: International Institute of Business Analysts (IIBA) key knowledge areas, tasks that ate common to all projects and distinguishing different elicitation and analysis techniques.

Use Cases: What Every Project Manager Should Know

white paper
by Elizabeth Larson Rich Larson

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

We all know how difficult it is to achieve project success without complete product requirements. Yet gathering complete requirements without exhausting the project schedule and budget remains elusive for many project managers. When new technology is added to the mix, the challenges are even greater.

Starting Right Establishing Requirements

white paper
by Nathalie Udo, Projectway LLC

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

Writing good requirements takes time and practice, and even with all the new tools designed to help you, it will not happen overnight. You need a clear and organized mind, excellent communication skills and good people skills.

Set in Stone

white paper
by PM Network

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

Two seasoned professionals discuss how to convince stakeholders to nail down project requirements from the start.

Beginning at the End: Requirements Gathering Lessons from a Flowchart Junkie

white paper
by Cari Stieglitz, PMP

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

With over 70% of project failures being attributed to requirements gathering, why are we still using the same techniques and expecting different results? Requirements need to be discovered before they can be "gathered"--and this requires a robust approach to analyzing the business needs.

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