A recurring challenge for projects is the delivery of outcomes that meet stakeholder expectations. When outcomes do not produce expected results, the associated implementations that delivered those outcomes will likely be viewed unfavorably. Requirements definition is a well-known technique for specifying project deliverables and outcomes. Incorporating requirements definition into project phases can significantly improve the chances that the outcomes will meet expectations, and the associated implementation will be judged a success. Attendees will walk away with learning how to define requirements before project starts to improve project and outcome success, how the project charter contains the business analysis, and more.
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Business analytics have the potential to drastically change how business decisions are made. As we begin to better understand how to harness the power of big data, IT departments will see a larger number of business analytics projects, which means a greater need to grasp how requirements process works in these types of projects.
PMI’s Pulse of the Profession study shows that poor requirements management is a primary cause of project failure. Learn about the latest trends on the state of organization project, program and portfolio management.
An Inside Look at Business Analysis and Requirements Management PMI® Global Congress 2015-EMEA Join us for a discussion on Business Analysis and Requirements Management and get a glimpse into some of the key themes to be presented on this topic at PMI Global Congress 2015 –EMEA. Panelists include various Congress presenters covering topics like requirement management plans, the importance of security requirements, outcome measurement for solution delivery and implementing visual requirements. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet our expert presenters!
Organizations are becoming increasingly aware that no matter how well they manage projects, they won’t succeed if they don’t get the requirements right. But what does it mean to have good requirements? Where is the business analysis industry going? This presentation addresses these hot topics in business analysis.
By attending this power session participants will learn how to incorporate the increasingly valuable role of the BA into the process of managing project stakeholders’ expectations. The presentation will focus on PM-BA collaboration opportunities to maximize benefits related to communications, understanding stakeholders’ needs, risk management, change control and quality management.
Many organizations think that business analysis is all about asking questions and documenting the requirements. Although important, those skills are not enough. If we want a complete set of requirements, we need to model them. This presentation provides the key modeling techniques and tips for using them for project success.
Establishing a process to improve understanding of customer and operator requirements is key to success for a large project. Project Managers can take advantage of the process of developing an optimal Operator-Machine Interface (OMI) to provide an understanding of inherent logic and insight into much of the software’s detail. This presentation provides an overview of using the OMI design process in parallel with and as a tool for understanding customer goals, thought processes, and decision making chains.
This webinar is dedicated to discussing the 4 levels of requirements and why it is important to gather the right level at the right time and not dive into the details too early. Sally Elatta will discuss 4 techniques for slicing EPICs into smaller deliverables and also share how you can use Business Value Points for prioritizing features. Whether or not you’re using Agile, you will absolutely walk away with tips to help you improve your current requirements approach.