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Identifying Requirements from BPI Documentation

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by Michael Wood

In this installment on requirements, we will walk through the methodology for identifying IPOs, the functional data model and briefly address level of effort estimating.

The Blame Game

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by Jesse Fewell

[This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI]

Bad requirements? Actually, that's your fault. If we know this is a recurring problem in our profession, why do we mindlessly continue engaging in the rote repetition of what doesn't work?

2015 Pulse of the Profession: Capturing the Value of Project Management

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by Project Management Institute

The 2015 PMI Pulse report reveals that organizations are returning to the basics of project, program and portfolio management. By focusing on the fundamental aspects of developing a culture of project management, cultivating talent and defining processes, organizations will capture value and gain competitive advantage.

Application Development and Management in the Programmers' Playground

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by T. Paul McCartney, E.F. Berkley Shands, Kenneth J. Goldman, William M. Shapiro

This paper describes a set of tools that enables application developers to debug and design distributed applications from existing "off-the-shelf" components, make new application components available on the Internet through a "launcher" service, and more.

Executive Sponsor Engagement: Top Driver of Project and Program Success

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by Project Management Institute

Effective executive sponsorship is critical to the success of an organization’s strategic initiatives, and active engagement by executive sponsors is the top driver of project and program success. Yet sponsors are assigned to fewer than two-thirds of projects. This situation results in significant losses for organizations, but there are some simple solutions. Read more in PMI's Pulse of the Profession In-Depth Report.

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