Learn how a business analyst works collaboratively with the project manager and other core team members to create plans that customize elicitation activities to the unique needs of the project. The authors present techniques used by successful business analysts and defines key business analysis terms.
Examine the principles and practices for pragmatic, effective requirements elicitation and learn how to work collaboratively with project members and other core team members. Discover the steps necessary to create customized elicitation activities for the unique needs of each project
Organizational Project Management (OPM) is a valuable new tool to enhance an organization’s successful execution of projects through aligning project deliverables with strategic priorities. In this first-ever book on OPM edited by Rosemary Hossenlopp, ten contributors from around the globe – representing a wide variety of industries – offer valuable insights on how OPM can give any organization the competitive edge. Packed with useful advice and discussion on how to improve business outcomes, align project work with strategies to best effect, set priorities and organize project work, “Organizational Project Management: Linking Strategy and Projects” is vital to the understanding of this emerging business discipline.