The New Project Leadership Model: The Promise of the PM/BA Partnership

This presentation describes the subtle and not so subtle differences between the PM and the BA approaches to projects.  It explores the differing perspectives, the complementary roles, the overlapping responsibilities, the differing view of scope, the overlapping communication channels, and the joint requirements and risk management responsibilities.  We then describe the accountabilities and deliverables for the PM and the BA during the typical project phases: pre-initiating, initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and project closing.  And finally, we discuss the golden opportunities for the BA and the PM to collaborate for success.

Learning Points:

  1. Discover how combining disciplines leads to success – how the wise BA partners with the PM to build a high-performing team and improve project success.
  2. Examine the different and complementary perspectives of the BA and the PM.
  3. Determine the accountabilities and deliverables shared by the BA and the PM.
  4. Uncover the golden opportunity for the PM and the BA to collaborate for higher levels of success.

Biography of Speaker

Books: https://www.managementconcepts.com/portal/server.pt/community/publications/275/view_by_author

Award Winning Author:

  • THE ENTERPRISE BUSINESS ANALYST   NEW!  – Developing Creative Solutions to Complex Business Problems
  • THE BUSINESS ANALYSIS ESSENTIAL LIBRARY – A series of six BA reference books for your library
  • MANAGING COMPLEX PROJECTS, A NEW MODEL – Awarded PMI Book of the Year

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