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A breakthrough game plan illustrating the need for better collaboration between Project Managers and Business Analysts In The Business Analyst/Project Manager, author Robert Wysocki draws on his forty-five years of professional experience as a PM/BA to shed light on the similarities and differences of the roles and responsibilities of these two positions, the need for greater collaboration, and how to staff a project with one or both of these professionals. * Examines the boundaries and interactions between the BA and the PM * Looks at how to identify the skill sets needed to make the project a success * The typical relationship of the BA and PM across the project management life cycle * Making the best configuration of leadership assignments based on project characteristics * Where the responsibilities of the BA leave off and the PM's begins and where the two have collaborative responsibilities * How to use a PM/BA to enhance project performance * How to foster a dual career path for PM/BAs development The in-depth discussion of the synergies between the two roles and the advantages of a combined PM/BA makes The Business Analyst/Project Manager a valuable contribution in your ability to be successful on the complex projects of the 21st century.
Robert K. Wysocki, PhD, has over forty years of experience as a project management consultant and trainer, information systems manager, systems and management consultant, author, training developer, and provider. He is the founder of Enterprise Information Insights, Inc., a project management consulting and training practice. He has written seventeen books on project management and information systems management.