What do you do when you're 6 months into a supposed 9-month project, and the team is still gathering requirements? Find out how this team broke free from a requirements gathering process that had become a barrier to project progress.
What this is
In the IT department of a major multi-national corporation, the Director was concerned. The project team for the division's critical data warehouse initiative was behind on a 9-month project that was critical to delivering performance insights to the division's business analysts. The prospects appeared grim for delivering on time.
Why it's useful
This mini-case provides a very informative window into a critical project rescue. The IT department adopted new (for them) project approaches, broke free of their requirements thrashing, and delivered million-dollar performance insights to the division's business analysts on the original project timeline.
How to use it
Spend 10-15 minutes reading this mini-case to learn the key steps taken by this group to address their analysis paralysis and deliver within two weeks of their original timeline -- despite the fact that they didn't get going until they were two-thirds of the way through the project window.
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