Attending the APMG-Sponsored Webinar about Integrating Agile into PRINCE2 on October 31?
Why be traditional with your PRINCE2 project management methodology when you can integrate agile methods within your approach and enhance your project success? Sure seems like agile methods and frameworks are increasing in popularity as organizations and individuals seek increased flexibility when managing their projects and change initiatives. According to the experts, agile approaches are […]
Three Business Analysis Techniques for Solution Validation
If you find yourself performing solution validation as part of your project, remember that there are three general techniques that the BABOK® Guide recommends that you use when validating that solution and addressing any defects or issues that you might find. Some of these techniques occur early in the project life cycle when you are […]
Closer Look: Validating Your New Solutions
As discussed in my previous post, the BABOK® Guide’s Solution Assessment and Validation knowledge area asks business analysts and project teams to compare their solution and its capabilities against the project’s business, stakeholder and solution requirements that were created earlier in the project life cycle. One key aspect of this activity is that you then […]
Attending the APMG-Sponsored Webinar on the PRINCE2 Business Case this Wednesday, 15 Oct 2013?
Sure can be difficult to justify your project when you don’t define and agree upon the business reasons why that project is being done in the first place. The PRINCE2 Business Case allows you to do just that by documenting and tracking the business justification for your project. Experienced project managers use the PRINCE2 Business […]
Validating Solutions to Meet Business Needs
One key business analysis task in the BABOK® Guide’s Solution Assessment and Validation knowledge area is taken straight from the name: Solution Validation. It is essential that you make sure that your new solution addresses the business and stakeholder needs that triggered your project in the first place. You must compare your solution and its […]