How requirements management can increase your project success
How requirements management can increase your project success by aligning the right methodologies and tools.
Many organisations have attempted implementing methodologies which often results in spending lots of money, time and effort with little return, while the original intent was to increase project success. They find out that the new methodology was unstable for particular projects, the organisation or their level of project management maturity.
The organisation’s project management communities, PMO or project control & managing divisions buy different tools and use different systems to support project delivery. The tool variety creates task duplication and complex supporting processes. In some cases, they use applications that are too enterprise-level or too basic for supporting project management practices.
This half-day interactive masterclass is designed to provide practical insight in how to plan, action and ensure your tools and methodologies are fit for purpose, using business analysis techniques and knowledge.
The outline for this masterclass is:
Definition and concepts:
- The differences between theory, methodology, approach, method, framework and process
- The differences between tools and systems
- The techniques of identifying the gap between methodology and tools
The tips and tricks to fill in the gaps:
- Identify the methodology for implementing requirements management techniques
- Techniques for selecting the right tool
- PMO challenges in aligning the tool and methodology
The techniques for making methodology and tools fit together:
- PMO’s required capabilities to assess, plan and fill the gap
- Enterprise Portfolio management tools specifications
- PMO integration method for integrating process, tool and people
The benefit of tailoring the methodology and tool:
- The value of aligning tools and methodology
- How an Enterprise portfolio management tool aligned with the methodology can help PMO to add value to the business
- Techniques for PMO to present and measure the added values
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