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Business Analysis: Always a Necessity

by Vijay Sankaran

Whatever the scope of your latest BI project, you can't afford to overlook the business justification for moving forward. Analyze this, every time.

Killer Project

by Kathryn M. Denton

Is your shop singing the admin blues? Do you have trouble getting excited about yet another accounting reporting project? Is package integration mayhem reeking havoc on your staff's morale? Are the infrastructure projects outnumbering the business value projects 9 to 1? Read on to learn how to pick the next project with pizzazz that will pull your developers out of the doldrums.

The Gap (Part 1 of 2)

by Sainath Nagarajan

A proverbial gap exists between business users articulating their needs and technology teams understanding it, but the gap between business needs and technology solutions can be bridged through a repeatable framework for success. It just requires a good mix of business-oriented people with a well-defined solution delivery approach, backed up by easy to use analytical processes and tools.

The Gap (Part 2 of 2)

by Sainath Nagarajan

A proverbial gap exists between business users articulating their needs and technology teams understanding it, but the gap between business needs and technology solutions can be bridged through a repeatable framework for success. It just requires a good mix of business-oriented people with a well-defined solution delivery approach, backed up by easy to use analytical processes and tools.

The Agenda

by Aaron Smith

With the federal mandate to improve IT performance, agencies such as USDA, HUD and Customs aren't standing still (or alone).

Best-Laid Plans

by Gary Henry

Companies must change their focus from "doing, doing, doing" and create a cycle of planning, doing and reviewing. By following a few important steps, project managers can conduct meaningful analysis and create a solid business case for any project. There's just no getting around the need for pre-project planning.

3 Critical Inputs to Portfolio Management

by Ted Stephens

The central task of IT portfolio management is the analysis of all projects and applications, yielding recommendations that inform decisionmakers about continuing, adding, or scaling back projects. Corporate planning, periodic business reviews and ongoing data collection are all critical inputs to the portfolio management process.

Business Systems Analysis: It's All About the Business (Part 1)

by Srinath Nagarajan, PMP

Surprising but true--many organizations have yet to resolve the business systems analysis conundrum. This article explores the challenges faced in defining a "home" for business systems analysts (especially in the context of classical business-driven technology organizations) and the resultant implications for project managers and project management as a profession.

Business Systems Analysis: It's All About the Business (Part 2)

by Srinath Nagarajan, PMP

In this first article of the series, we examined some common challenges in defining and deploying Business Systems Analysts within organizations. In this second article, we will delve into the current state and examine the project management and organization implications of this conundrum. We hope that these articles will tickle your thoughts and nudge you towards strategically defining or refining the role of business systems analysts in your organization.

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