A Business Case for Improved Project Practices

(PDF: 111 KB / 10 pages) (originally presented at PSQT North, and published in the PMI GovSIG newsletter, Spring 2002): an approach for quantifying the costs associated with inefficiencies that most development groups consider normal.

Contact us if you are interested in exploring a comprehensive spreadsheet that you can use to quantify your probable improvement opportunities.

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    The requirements prioritization portion was especially interesting. I can use this next week with a customer directly.

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