All posts tagged 'Customer Requirements'

Gathering Customer Requirements: What’s Your Methodology?

Posted on March 19th, 2013 · Posted in Management, Monitoring

Professional project managers understand that gathering customer requirements is a crucial realm of project management. Customer requirements have a heavy impact on a project, its outcome and success, and overall customer satisfaction. This is why project managers need to gather as much information, data, and specifications up front in a..
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Project Requirements and Elicitation Techniques

Posted on February 14th, 2013 · Posted in Project Management, Task Management, Tips and Tricks

Elicitation techniques must focus on creating or developing requirements rather than the actual design or how project tasks and activities fit together for the overall project. Implementing proper elicitation techniques should work in both project managers’ and clients’ concerns simultaneously in order to ensure client satisfaction and overall project success...
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Project Management: Gathering Project Data

Posted on February 12th, 2013 · Posted in Decisions, Management, Task Management, Tips and Tricks

Gathering project data can be a difficult task for project managers. This takes knowing your projects and knowing your customers. Before assigning a project or delegating project tasks, there are a few steps project managers should master to make sure all relevant project data is gathered properly. So when project..
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Project Management: Functional vs. Nonfunctional Customer Requirements

Posted on February 8th, 2013 · Posted in Management, Tips and Tricks

At one time or another, professional project managers need to deal with customer requirements. These might include project specifications, or instructions, or even information on final project deliverables. Customer requirements can be broken down into two categories: functional and nonfunctional customer requirements. What is the difference between functional and nonfunctional..
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