In simplest terms, a transformation project organization consists of a manager, a change agent, and an inspector. The manager plans and directs the work, and ensures that it is performed satisfactorily. The change agent designs the solution and executes the work to implement each requirement. The inspector verifies that the objective of each requirement is met.
August 6, 2014
FULFILLING BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS – Part 2
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