All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Business Analysis’

Why not Agile for COTS?

Is it just me or does it seem like COTS implementation is perceived as incompatible with Agile? I just don’t understand why that should be so. After all, much of the up front product conceptualization is already complete when you implement a Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) software system, isn’t it? As you will see below, this …

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Requirements Hubris: A human condition

What is it about requirements that make us sure that we can get them all and get them exactly right at the beginning of a project? I’m not just talking about software or digital products, this phenomenon (human flaw?) seems to exist everywhere including, but certainly not limited to: home improvement, instructional design and event …

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Case Study | Worldwide Networking Company

Size 73,000 Employees $10 Billion in annual revenue Organizational Needs The World Wide Sales Support division of the client required assistance with the delivery and execution of its sales training design programs.  These programs had major issues with: Lack of consistent business analysis process. Organization and control of projects. Solution Unison created Business Analysis templates …

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Case Study | Government Employees’ Union

Size 60,000 Members Organizational Needs To resolve major issues with: Inconsistent information provided to Members from different central office departments due to the lack of a unified, single source of member data. Organizational process inefficiencies as a result of Member data system inconsistencies. Support risks stemming from out-dated current system. The key goals for this …

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Case Study | Teachers’ Union

Size 40,000 Members Organizational Needs To resolve major issues with: Accurate dues collection from employers. Liability exposure due to system errors. Organizational process inefficiencies as a result of Member data system inconsistencies. The key goals for this project were: Collect and reconcile dues from employers. To increase accuracy of information and, therefore, credibility with Members. …

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