by Plaster Group’s Program & Project Management Team
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.
- Managing change
- Verifying and validating the solution
- Defining and monitoring key objectives, benefits and expectations
- Communications and stakeholder expectation setting
- Get the necessary resources in place and recognize and develop the skills needed for effective management of requirements.
- Standardize, formalize and mature the organizations requirements management process.
- Ensure that the organization as a whole fully value requirements management as a critical competency and put the appropriate commitment behind it.