Get to the Core of Vendor Management Problems With Better Requirements

How Poorly Defined Requirements Can Lead an Outsourced Project Astray

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Get to the Core of Vendor Management Problems With Better Requirements

How Poorly Defined Requirements Can Lead an Outsourced Project Astray

Get to the Core of Vendor Management Issues with Better Requirements

Are you struggling with vendor management issues on your outsourced projects? Have you considered that these issues may be caused by poor requirements management? What other risks are you facing with your outsourced projects?

The results of a new survey conducted by Strategy Execution reveal that the top outsourcing risks faced by organizations can be traced back to poor requirements management.

Get to the Core of Vendor Management Problems with Better Requirements discusses:

  • The four questions to ask yourself when addressing project requirements
  • Utilizing an integrated project team (IPT) model
  • Reducing your risk through greater diligence and clearly defined requirements

Steer clear of the “blame the vendor” mentality and get to the heart of the problem: poor requirements means higher costs, greater dissatisfaction, and delays.

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