What is it? Requirements for a project need to be mined, compiled, analysed, negotiated, specified, validated, tracked, and updated during the life of a project. All of this has to take place within a controlled environment so that; All stakeholders know exactly what is to be delivered by the project team. There is governance placedContinue reading “Project Requirements Management”
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Poor Project Execution – The Hidden Costs
IT projects are notorious for having a high rate of partial or total failure. These failures are often born of poor project execution and can lead to any or all of the following outcomes; Additional resources needed to deliver the project on time. Additional time to deliver the project with the same resources. Reduced or modified functionality of the projectContinue reading “Poor Project Execution – The Hidden Costs”
Delivering a Great Requirements Document
When thinking about or being tasked with capturing a customer’s detailed requirements, beyond the high-level Business requirements … for me, it’s hard not to immediately draw mental pictures of that well referenced tree swing analogy. For those not familiar with the analogy it simply points out that without proper requirement definition a customer looking forContinue reading “Delivering a Great Requirements Document”
Document Management – Where to from here.
Document Management has come a long way since Edwin Siebel invented the filing cabinet in the 1800’s. It has to be said however that innovation in the Document Management space was pretty slow up until the advent of Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS) in the 1980’s. EDMS was brilliant because it immediately improved accessibility of theContinue reading “Document Management – Where to from here.”