When Strong Companies Use Weak Requirements

Sub-par requirements contribute to more than half of failed IT projects.


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Poor Requirements Guarantees Project Failure

Based on a combination of reports and studies that looked at the differences between companies that focused on requirements excellence and those who did not, this white paper agrees with the concluded reality that sub-par requirements contribute to more than half of failed IT projects. This paper explores the remedy for preventing those failures by identifying the root cause of bad requirements and the most direct path corporate organizations can take through effective business analysis to acquire quality requirements necessary to increase their IT project success rates.

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This 8-week training course will reveal typical real world scenarios that happen on the job and show you exactly how to bypass miscommunications and effectively elicit the right requirements.

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This course is for people that have some experience doing requirements elicitation, but you know you could be better at it. Be more confident in your skills and reduce the risk of missed requirements.

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