by Cullen Gray, Director of Business Solutions In today’s increasingly complex business environment, there are an ever-increasing number of reasons for project failure, but the leading offenders still remain scope creep, poor communication, lack of stakeholder involvement and inadequate support from executive sponsors. A common thread that stitches through all these root causes for project failure is that they involve or impact requirements and requirements management.
Plaster Group held their second Agile Round Table on Thursday, October 1st, at Plaster Group HQ in downtown Seattle.
Plaster Group consultants put their communication and problem-solving skills to to the test at our last quarterly meeting. Tasked with building a tower out of marshmallows and spaghetti, they also had to to overcome obstacles such as being blindfolded and unable to speak. This team-building exercise really brought out the best in our consultants, and you an read more about this activity below:
Our September 2015 newsletter is out, with articles on capturing the voice of the customer, Scrum within data warehousing, and more. At Plaster Group, we are changing the conversation on consulting. Discover More. Think Better. Read it now!