Preparing To Present Your Business Case – Part 3 of 3

One of the challenges with getting approval for a business case is presenting it well. Never underestimate the power of a poor presentation. There are several things you should consider when making a presentation: Who is your audience? Is your audience prepared for your message? Do you speak the same language? In my last blog […]
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Preparing To Present Your Business Case – Part 1 of 3

One of the challenges with getting approval for a business case is presenting it well. Never underestimate the power of a poor presentation. There are several things you should consider when making a presentation: Who is your audience? Is your audience prepared for your message? Do you speak the same language? 1. Who is your […]
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Defining Your Project’s Business Requirements

Let’s remind ourselves what the business requirements are and how they relate to developing, validating and managing our project’s requirements. The business requirements consist of a set of “big picture” deliverables that scope out and frame your project’s products and work activities. The BABOK® Guide recommends that you develop four deliverables as part of your Enterprise Analysis […]
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Successfully Juggling the 7 PRINCE2® Themes

Let’s take a look at the second part of the integrated PRINCE2 project management framework: the seven themes that guide the project manager and the project team during the project life cycle.  These themes describe critical aspects of project management that must be addressed continuously and in parallel throughout any project.  Defining and managing the themes throughout […]
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