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Requirement Traceability: A Tool for Quality Results

white paper
by Orlando Marone, PMP

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

The usage of Requirements Traceability concepts is based on the completeness of the "evolution" that every project "workstation" has to incorporate in the path to a final acceptable product. The foundation for this control method is a complete collection of customer requirements, mutually agreed between the customer and the supplier who is conducting the project.

Scope Management Using the Project Definition Rating Index (PDRI)

white paper
by G. Edward Gibson, Jr.; Peter R. Dumont; and John R. Fish

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

The Project Definition Rating Index is a revolutionary tool, an easy-to-use checklist that identifies and precisely describes each critical element in a project scope definition package. The PDRI allows a project team to quickly analyze the scope definition package and predict factors that may impact project risk.

Engage! Involve the Customer to Manage Scope

white paper
by Dean Leffingwell

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

Most projects start off by asking twice as much as is possible given the existing resources. This shouldn't be accepted as just "the way things are"--we can partner with the customer to keep application development scope in line.

The Blame Game

white paper
by Jesse Fewell

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

Bad requirements? Actually, that's your fault. If we know this is a recurring problem in our profession, why do we mindlessly continue engaging in the rote repetition of what doesn't work?

Meeting Expectations

white paper
by Jonathan W. Powell, PMP

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

In addition to clarifying requirements, the facilitated workshop helps achieve customer buy-in and focus on project schedule, constraints and risks.

More Customer Satisfaction--Less Scope Creep

white paper
by John Kilian

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

Successfully satisfying a customer begins with identifying and understanding--before project work commences--the customer's project-related needs and expectations. This paper examines how project managers can develop project blueprints that help the project team define the project's scope-of-work and subsequently create project solutions that correspond to the customer's requirements and expectations.

Creating Knowledge of End Users' Requirements: The Interface Between Firm and Project

white paper
by Sofia Pemsel & Kristian Widén

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

In order to stay competitive and meet the changing needs of the market, construction firms must develop efficient means of gathering and using knowledge of end users' requirements. This article uses two case studies to explore the knowledge creation of end users' requirements in project-driven firms.

Setting the Course

white paper
by Sarah Fister Gale

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

Gathering and analyzing project requirements takes a strategic mindset and strong communication skills.

Requirements Management as a Core Competency for Project and Program Success

white paper
by PMI

PMI’s Pulse of the Profession® In-Depth Report: Requirements Management as a Core Competency for Project and Program Success is based on a comprehensive survey of more than 2,000 practitioners. This report provides a timely and unprecedented look into the current practice of requirements management and its impact on projects and programs, including exclusive data, analyses and related insights on key issues and questions.

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