So you have decided to build a task library for your process and project work. Ten good reasons Let’s start with the reasons for doing this in the first place, as this may not be an insignificant endeavor, requiring a lot of thought and resources. Ten good reasons which can justify creating a task library [...]
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Risk is a factor that affects all of our projects, but to truly access risk we need to review individual risk factors. The diagram below illustrates areas to consider risk factors in your project. Each factor should be considered carefully, here are some guidelines for questions we should be asking when identifying these risks. Schedule: [...]
Automated help with Quality Assurance Posted in Process Analysis on Mar 23rd, 2011 Many BPM projects need assistance with quality assurance. Often this occurs when we are analyzing maps for opportunities to enforce quality standards and ensure they are being supported. In addition to these more sophisticated requirements, there is also the need to keep [...]
Many BPM projects need assistance with quality assurance. Often this occurs when we are analyzing maps for opportunities to enforce quality standards and ensure they are being supported. In addition to these more sophisticated requirements, there is also the need to keep the basics of a process in order. As most processes typically span several [...]
If have have elements of perfectionism in your personality that finds you doing the following: Completing others work who haven’t quite gotten it right Getting very frustrated about keeping others on track Wanting every meeting to run perfectly like clockwork Having little or no tolerance for something that doesn’t meet your standards Then perhaps you [...]
Keeping terms simple is one way of ensuring that team members and others understand what is going on with your project. This simple glossary provides most of the terms you will need to communicate project information effectively. Brainstorming Meetings and conferences set up to share ideas in an open and unencumbered way. Budget Cost allocated [...]
If you are an internal Business Analyst or consultant asking the right questions in a Discovery project is a critical skill. While it seems that a 10 or 20 year veteran seemingly gets those answers by some magical power, it’s really not that complicated. The experienced Business Analyst or Project Manager has been there many [...]