While the BA owns the requirements process, PMs need to be consulted on many aspects of it. In this video, learn how a PM supports and is looped in by a BA in requirements analysis.
- Requirements and analysis, this is all on the BA, right? … Well, while Bailey does own the requirements process, … Pat the PM needs to be informed and consulted on the plan, … the progress, stakeholder interactions, … and both meet a collaborative understanding … of what the highest value requirements are. … Much of this is driven by prioritization. … Knowing which requirements are … of the highest priority brings Pat … and Bailey's collaboration into focus. … Pat is managing vendors, planning resources, … and facilitating the work activities of the team. … If the highest priority requirements are not clear, … the team is likely spending time … on things that may not matter. … During the requirements and analysis activities, … it's important to bring Pat up to speed … and into the activities. … The important times Bailey brings Pat in are, … the plan for requirements and when it's changing, … and when new stakeholders are needed. … Also, when the analysis shows complexities … and risks to delivering the intended value. …
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