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This webinar introduces the issue of workplace bullying and its impact on projects and project managers. Bullying can be as harmful in the workplace and on projects as it is in schools and other areas of society. Projects are subsets of workplaces and since project management is, for the most part, an activity that involves working very closely with others, the impact of a bully in a project is potentially lethal to project success.
Professionals working in the field of project management are often exposed to stressful situations and frustrations caused by a wide variety of challenges ranging from unrealistic expectations, stakeholder resistance, or constantly changing priorities. The reactions to these challenges depends greatly on the individual, their experience, and capabilities.
Through this session we'll dig deeper into the Business Agility Health radar and discover the 4 critical elements needed for designing successful business agility transformations.
Misconceptions abound about the way requirements and business analysis fits—or doesn’t—into agile projects. Join us, as requirements expert and agile coach Ellen Gottesdiener exposes the realities and debunk the myths that surround the use of agile requirements and business analysis.
Business analysts, product managers, and product owners have embraced the power of visual models in software requirements projects. However, as teams transition to Agile, the place for visual models is evolving. This presentation will discuss the use and timing of visual models in agile, how to use models to identify user stories and system stories for the backlog, and how models can be employed when elaborating stories in the backlog.
Requirements development deals with getting good software requirements. Requirements management then addresses the challenges of handling these requirements as the project proceeds over time. This presentation summarizes several core practices for effectively managing any set of software requirements.
Do you find it difficult to get feedback from your business users? Do you find it difficult to communicate to software developers exactly what the software needs to do? In comes the Dynamic Duo to the rescue! Superhero business analysts apply Use Cases and Wireframes together on a project to ensure the entire team gels.
Over the years, I've heard this complaint too many times to count. Business analysts struggle to get more time to develop their requirements, get recalcitrant stakeholders to attend elicitation sessions, and to get requirements approved. Study after study has shown that poor requirements development and management processes are one of the leading causes of project failure, and yet nothing ever seems to change.
How can Business Analysis professionals working on agile projects be champions of business value? This session will share the journey of why business analysis is needed on agile projects and will highlight some effective techniques that help business analysis professional can accelerate the generation of business value across the enterprise.