Presented at Project Summit * Business Analyst World Philadelphia
In an effort to bring more value, save more time, and make a bigger difference, software projects are rethinking every part of project delivery. Companies are attempting new approaches to solve challenges and opportunities. These changes herald how the definition for project success is moving from the Iron Triangle of Scope-Schedule-Cost to a more flexible and impactful model of Value-Quality-Constraints. The tectonic shift influences nearly all elements of how software projects are conceived, executed, and measured. From redefining the problem statement to piloting solutions in a matter of weeks, the new focus on value over traditional project metrics shakes project management and requires a new understanding.
1. Understand the difference between Utility and Strategic IT
2. Bring back talking points on why projects should be measured against Value-Quality-Constraints
3. Learn how Impact Mapping can influence the both the choice and the ending for your next project