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Bite sized training sessions: Drivers. Objectives. To understand What drivers are Where they come from Where they fit in to analysis of requirements The importance of drivers To be able to Find drivers Document drivers. Chain Of Reasoning:.

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Bite sized training sessions drivers

Bite sized training sessions:Drivers


Objectives

Objectives

To understand

What drivers are

Where they come from

Where they fit in to analysis of requirements

The importance of drivers

To be able to

Find drivers

Document drivers


Chain of reasoning

Chain Of Reasoning:

Change Requirements must be assumed to be wrong until they are provedto be right

Stakeholders


The big questions who are the project killer stakeholders

The big questions…who are the project killer stakeholders?

  • There are a set of people and organisation units that can kill your project

  • They may be obvious and they may not

  • They may not all be killer stakeholders for the same reasons.


Bite sized training sessions drivers

project killer stakeholders?

Compliance stakeholders

e.g. Policy, legal, H&S, Audit,

external regulators

Rules, requirements, constraints

Compliance

results

Customers of

The solution

stakeholders

(internal and/or

external depending

on project)

Owner/Manager

Stakeholders

e.g. Organisation Owner,

Process owner, Product

or Service owner

Project

Performance criteria

Requirements

KPI results, profits, etc

Solution

Resource requests

Resource

Resource Supplier Stakeholders

e.g. people who can allocate buildings, systems,

equipment, consumables,

spares, sub-contractors

NB:

~ 1 person/group can play the role of many stakeholders.

~ Expect all stakeholder interactions to come in pairs: typically a request and response.


The big questions who are the other stakeholders

The big questions…who are the other stakeholders?

There are a set of people and organisation units that are impacted in some way your project

They may be obvious and they may not

They will not all be stakeholders for the same reasons.

Slide: 6


Remember raci

Remember RACI?

Remember RACI quality checks?


Exercise define the project stakeholders

Exercise: Define the project stakeholders

  • Identify and analyse the reasons for involvement of the stakeholders – especially the killers!

  • Use the handouts

  • The business is available to answer questions.

  • If you need to make assumptions, document them.

  • Time allowed: 15 minutes

  • Deliverable: flipchart of stakeholders and reasons for involvement


Drivers

Drivers

  • There are reasons why a project exists – something has ‘driven’ the need for it

  • Drivers have driven the project killer stakeholders to sponsor the project

  • These drivers tend to be

    • Problems the stakeholders want fixed AND/OR

    • Opportunities the stakeholders want to exploit AND/OR

    • Standards/regulation/legislation the stakeholders want to comply with

  • Drivers need to be analysed…


The big questions why does your project exist

The big questions…why does your project exist?

  • What do the killer stakeholders want from the project?

  • What would need to be in place for this to happen?

  • Why isn’t this happening now?

  • So what are the problems or opportunities that the desires address?


Exercise define project killer stakeholders drivers

Exercise: Define project killer stakeholders drivers

  • From the case study try and build a sentence for each driver:

    • “given the desire to [do something] it follows that [some things are in place] but the reason this isn’t happening now are [problems] and this has resulted in [issues for the organisation]”

  • The business are available to answer questions.

  • If you need to make any assumptions, document them.

  • Time allowed: 15 minutes

  • Deliverable: flipchart of drivers and assumptions.


Questions

Questions?


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