June 7 – Webinar (PMI®) – Slashing Risks with User Experience Engineering (UX) Second Edition

24 Mai

Recent PMI Study calls Requirements Management a core competency for project and program success – and does so for a good reason.

User Experience47% of projects run into trouble due to incomplete or changing requirements & specifications, lack of user input or unrealistic expectations.

UX methods brought wild success to Apple, Google and other top players and it has been increasingly popular ever since.

But what most magazines don’t tell you is that it’s not just the Design part of UX that makes it so effective!

This is an expanded and updated version of popular session that ran on February 23, incorporating additional information based on your feedback.

Requirements Management is the single biggest risk for a majority of projects. According to PMI, 47% of initiatives that missed the mark did so because of requirements management. It’s truly is a core competency for project and program success.

Imagine your life without these risks. Little or no stakeholder management… Clarity around scope and direction… Stable, measurable requirements, completely aligned with business needs…

Design Thinking and UX brought wild success to Apple, Google and other top players and it has been increasingly popular ever since. But what most magazines don’t tell you is that it’s not just the Design part of UX that makes it so effective, it’s the new tools for Business Analysis.

Attend this webinar to learn about these extremely effective new Design Thinking tools and processes – for gaining accurate insights, discovering ‘missing’ requirements and hidden underlying problems.

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