Many people mistakenly believe that risk management falls solely on the project manager. In this video, learn how to identify the three main areas of aspects of risk management where the PM and BA can collaborate to ensure less risk.
- When Bailey the BA first started out, … not much attention was given to risk management … and many BAs feel the same, it's a PM thing. … Bailey found working closely with Pat the PM … that the BA role had a lot to do with risk management … and learned how to become an integral part of it. … Bailey found three main areas of risk … that helped a lot when collaborating with Pat. … Stakeholder involvement, … the risk of building the wrong thing, … and risk to schedule. … Many studies have shown that a top risk for projects … is inadequate requirements. … And they also show that the number one risk … to high quality requirements … is lack of stakeholder involvement. … In this course, we've talked a lot about stakeholders … and how Pat and Bailey worked together … in communicating and managing stakeholder relationships. … This comes full circle with risk management … as they work together to identify and mitigate … or manage the risks of stakeholders who are not engaged … or not as engaged as we need them to be. …
- Identify why collaboration between the business analyst and the project manager is key.
- Examine the fundamentals of an ideal partnership between the business analyst and the project manager.
- Explore the importance of collaboration on scoping between the business analyst and the project manager.
- Determine the essentials for collaboration between the business analyst and the project manager during the development and testing phase.
- Break down the ways to make communication between the business analyst and the project manager successful.
- Discover the areas of risk the business analyst and the project manager should collaborate on.
- Identify the fundamentals for collaboration between the project manager and the business analyst on scope management and change.