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Webinar: 6 Common Traps to Avoid When Collaborating on Requirements

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Product delivery teams get caught in traps that prevent them from effectively eliciting, documenting, or managing requirements. It is no wonder they often get out of sync on what they are supposed to build and why. How confident are you that everyone is in sync?

Learn from Jama Software and Karl Wiegers, the renowned author and speaker on requirements management, as he shares symptoms that you might be getting caught in a requirements trap, along with suggestions for avoiding and escaping the trap. Avoiding such traps will create more effective engagement across the entire organization and help your teams deliver successful projects.

The traps discussed in this webinar include:







• Inadequate stakeholder involvement



• Vague and ambiguous requirements



• Analysis paralysis



• Scope creep



• Ineffective change process



• Poor version control 



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FEATURED SPEAKER:



Karl E. Wiegers



Principal Consultant



Process Impact

Karl E. Wiegers has provided training and consulting services worldwide on many aspects of software development, management and process improvement. Prior to starting Process Impact in 1997, Karl spent 18 years at Eastman Kodak Company in a variety of roles. Karl is the author of many books including: Software Requirements & More About Software Requirements.

FEATURED SPONSOR: Jama Software

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