A risk assessment process is useful in helping you determine what kind of impact your organization may experience when specific failures occur. And while creating them may seem daunting, they are nonetheless important in determining where you may need some stronger practices that will help reduce that concern.
Software upgrades are a necessary part of the information systems life cycle and there are various requirements that drive the need for upgrades. Upgrading systems is not an easy process, but utilizing best practices and applying PMI’s project management principles can play a big part in ensuring a positive outcome.
Your job as a project manager can be much easier if your business analysis partner has the necessary skills and experience and can work with an accepted and effective process. Here’s how to find out whether either of these two success factors are true—and how to prepare if they are not.
A new book provides practical guidance on improving the performance of business analysts by focusing on which measurements actually matter, and how to use the resulting data, instead of opinions, to identify problems and opportunities on the way to achieving performance gains.