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How Deep Does Your Business Knowledge Need to Go?

by Andy Jordan

Project managers today recognize the importance of the business context to their projects, but what does that mean in practical terms? How deep should your business acumen actually be?

How to Use Enterprise Architecture to Deliver the Right Solution

by Sergio Luis Conte

Are your solutions meeting business goals, needs and targets? This article sets out a tried-and-tested way of using enterprise architecture as a road map for the business analyst when liaising between stakeholders to understand the structure, policies and operations of an organization.

Hybrid PM: The Organic Option

by Michael Wood

It's important to have a common language in project management. The rub comes when we get so preoccupied with labeling that our focus gets misdirected—we begin to concentrate on form rather than function.

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