Using Business Objectives to Kill Scope and Launch Better Products Tonight at Austin PMI

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We are speaking tonight at Austin PMI. Our own Betsy Stockdale, Senior Product Manager is presenting.

“Using Business Objectives to Kill Scope and Launch Better Products”
Summary:
Business Objectives are the measurable results a business desires to achieve when executing a project. They can be used to ensure that everything developed in the project contributes to the desired measurable business value. This discussion will help Business Analysts learn to develop good business objectives, to derive requirements from them, and how to apply them to control project scope.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Understand how Business Objectives are vital to businesses
  2. Understand how to elicit and write good Business Objectives
  3. Understand how to use Business Objectives to assess measurable value of individual features

Date
: Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00 pm
Location: Joe C. Thompson Conference Center on the UT Campus. For more information about the conference center, visit their website at http://www.utexas.edu/ce/tcc
For more info:  http://www.austinpmi.org/event?n=218

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