Project Management

Communicating in a Team


Good communication, along with cooperation and trust, are the threads that bind a team into a cohesive unit. Without good communication, cooperation and trust are unlikely to develop. In a cohesive team, communication is clear and positive, and ideas flow freely. Poor communication, on the other hand, leads to misunderstandings, hurt feelings, missed opportunities, and conflict.

planning, scheduling, and conducting a Joint Application Development (JAD) session

JAD Session

The JAD team is the very heart of the JAD process and the selection and inclusion of individuals are critical to the overall success of a

Common issues caused by incorrect BA selection

In theory the idea of having traditional BSAs involved with a project should work quite well, and in practice it often does.  The best analysts are organi

Large- versus Small-Group Considerations

The selection of a meeting location is very important because the attitudes of participants are affected by the choice.

The Complexities of Management

Management is a complex task. As a manager, you are continually faced with problems that need solving and decisions that need to be made.

Top 6 reasons for project failure which Business Analyst can mitigate

Business environments these days are characterized by complexity, and acceleration of everything from communication to production methods.

Building trust with the "Be a STAR" method

The "Be a STAR" method of building trust divides the necessary trust-building behaviors into four action areas:
Be supportive

Techniques for Generating Discussion to Accomplish Meeting Goals

Developing the meeting outline is to plan the activities that will guide the group to achieving the desired outcomes.


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