Let's face it. Risk, and the associated fear tied to it, is an expected occurrence in our daily business life. Sometimes it appears as the unknown. Other times, it's based an some sort of premonition. We learn in Project Management and Business Analysis studies that risk can be a good thing, but the ugly side of this element very often gives us a queasy feeling and keeps us up at night....sheep one, risk two.The description above depicts a state that is ...
It's hard to believe Anno 2012 that we still need to discuss the necessity of a solid business case, validated by all key stakeholders prior to a project begin...but we do.
OK. I got that out of my system. Thanks for listening...
As we wander through this professional world of ours, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to
Properly cover your own little region of the world, let alone react properly to the demands coming outside your area
Reaching a common understanding of what is required, let alone covering how needs are to be approached
Ensuring your clients that your offering consistently maintain a high-level of excellence
We at Procurro Solutions would never make the claim of holding an expertise outside our domain, so that's where we'll ...
Although the value of both professions are never put in question, there is a clear tension between Project Managers and Business Analysts. Why?
Big Brother vs. Little Brother: The Project Manager very often sees the Business Analyst as another member of the project team, and the little brother Business Analyst feels naturally slighted. The BA is continuously striving to ensure that everyone understands the difference between the roles, while the PM will gladly take on the BA role 'in a pinch'
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