Attaining and Sustaining Meaningful Client Involvement

Posted May 6, 2015 | | Amplify

Clients come in all sizes and descriptions. Some are a veritable fountain that continually spews ideas and changes. This may seem like an enviable situation, but don't overlook the need for convergence to a solution. Their behavior can cause the team to spend too much time on non-value-added work as they do their analysis of the scope implications and contribution to business value. A strategy to postpone some suggestions to the next version might work. Others don't seem to have any ideas to share.

About The Author
Robert Wysocki
Robert K. Wysocki, Ph.D. is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Agile Product & Project Management Practice. Bob is recognized throughout the industry as a strategic leader in project management. Among his many outstanding accomplishments, he is the author, or co-author, of numerous books, including Effective Project Management: Traditional, Agile, Extreme, Effective Project Management, 5-Phase Project Management, Effective and… Read More
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