Senior Director, Requirements and Business Analysis, and key Contributor to ‘The Problem with Requirements: Why is it Still a Problem?’ Discusses the Latest Research from The Performance Institute
Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) October 09, 2014
Robbins Gioia’s Senior Director, Requirements and Business Analysis, Douglas Jackson to present exclusive findings from The Performance Institute’s (PI) newest research. His November 6 session at the International Institute of Business Analysis® (IIBA®) 2014 Building Business Capability Conference in Florida examines the root causes of the requirements problems within large, complex, and high-value projects.
Earlier this year, Robbins Gioia (RG) joined Blueprint in sponsoring PI’s research for “The Problem with Requirements: Why is it Still a Problem?” This report addresses the most critical issues at the root of the requirements problem and outlines actionable advice for organizations that need to make their next project successful. “Survey results indicated that over sixty-two percent of organizations experienced one or more challenges in over thirty percent of projects,” Jackson says. “Almost eleven percent felt that one hundred percent of projects launched with those challenges.”
A Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) with over 20 years of experience, Jackson will offer an in-depth look at PI’s findings. Attendees will learn that the majority of organizations experience the same challenges and have similar top problem areas. Jackson will discuss solutions and explain how simple business analysis tactics and soft skills can improve projects success.
For more information about the study, go to: http://www.performanceinstitute.org/requirements-problem/
About Robbins Gioia
For more than 30 years, Robbins Gioia (RG) has helped private and public organizations successfully achieve their toughest, riskiest, and most critical initiatives. Our clients are successful because at RG, we use the highest criteria to build and manage solutions tailored to each unique organization. Visit us online at http://www.robbinsgioia.com.
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