Get Involved with PMI’s New Practice Standard for Requirements Management


There sure are many opportunities for all you project managers and business analysts who are crazy about requirements to get involved with developing or reviewing new standards focusing on exactly that discipline.  I mentioned one opportunity in an earlier post about the current time window for public review of the IIBA’s new version 3 of the BABOK® Guide. Well, here […]
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Building a “Just Right” Set of Project Requirements

How hard can building a complete, comprehensive, consistent, and understandable set of project requirements be? We all know that our project requirements should not just be a jumble of information.  The trick is making sure that we structure and organize those requirements properly so they define what is needed at the correct level of detail. Effective […]
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Developing Transition Requirements

A successful project ends with a controlled close to make sure that the solution transitions to its operational business use as seamlessly as possible. In the BABOK® Guide, the Solution Assessment and Validation knowledge area focuses on ensuring a solution is successfully implemented.  After all, if we can’t produce the desired end result of our […]
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The Perils of Prototypes

Prototyping a process or system is a great way to get input from the impacted user communities before spending enormous amounts of time and effort in your actual implementation.  Always remember, though, “Users know what they don’t like when they see it”.  By using a prototype, you can begin to draw out those unstated requirements […]
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Is Your Project Plan-Driven or Change-Driven?

Sometimes our project success is directly related to the quality of planning that gets done. When you define your project approach, you must decide where it falls across the spectrum of plan-driven approaches and change-driven approaches.  Plan-driven project approaches focus on ensuring that the solution is fully defined before its implementation begins.  Change-driven project approaches are indicative of a […]
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