By Andrea Alliston, Partner, Knowledge Management, and Nicola Shaver, Director of Knowledge Management, Stikeman Elliott LLP
In part 2 of this series, the authors examined how to develop requirements and focus on them throughout complex projects. Ed.
Now that you have your business and functional requirements in hand, how do you to turn them into reality? It is time to start tackling the practical aspects of the project. While it may be tempting to jump in and just get going, spending some time up front on planning is well worth it.
Get Past the Fear Factor
Where do you start? With high-stakes, complex projects, the pressure to get it right is daunting and thinking about all of the tasks that need to be accomplished can be overwhelming. In considering the challenges that lie ahead, you may feel too many hurdles will impede implementation. You may also wonder if…
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