Robbins Gioia’s Doug Jackson Examines the Requirements Problem at Project Summit Business Analyst World in Washington, DC

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Senior Director, Requirements and Business Analysis, and Key Contributor to ‘The Problem with Requirements’ Discusses Research from The Performance Institute

Douglas Jackson

Douglas Jackson

Requirements are the bridge between desires and reality, and therefore fundamentally shape the outcomes of change initiatives.

Robbins Gioia is proud to announce that Senior Director, Requirements and Business Analysis, Douglas Jackson, will present the latest findings from The Performance Institute at the Project Summit Business Analyst World conference in Washington, DC. The conference, offered in partnership with IIBA© Baltimore and IIBA© DC Metro, takes place from May 4-6, 2015.

Last year, Robbins Gioia collaborated with Blueprint Software Systems and The Performance Institute to look into the “requirements problem” and its causes and solutions. The resulting report, “The Problem with Requirements: Why Is it Still a Problem?” explores the root causes of the requirements problem. Organizations often underestimate these problems at their own peril. “Requirements are the bridge between desires and reality, and therefore fundamentally shape the outcomes of change initiatives,” Jackson says.

Jackson, a Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®), draws on over 20 years of professional experience to impart practical knowledge on avoiding common pitfalls of requirements management. He will also discuss how employing business analysis tactics and soft skills help improve a project’s chances of success.

For more information about the study, go to http://www.performanceinstitute.org/requirements-problem/

About Robbins Gioia
For more than 30 years, Robbins Gioia (RG) has helped private and public organizations successfully achieve their toughest, riskiest, and most critical initiatives. Our clients are successful because at RG, we use the highest criteria to build and manage solutions uniquely tailored to each organization. Visit us online at http://www.robbinsgioia.com.

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