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How to engage stakeholders on a project to elicit requirements
Posted on July 10, 2020
Engaging stakeholders on a project can sometimes be a challenge for some business analysts.
We’ve asked our network what are their best tips to engage stakeholders on a project to make sure that their perspective is heard and that the right problems are solved and the right solutions are being offered.
You can read the post below on our LinkedIn profile.
Some of the advice given was:
- Use visuals to create a shared understanding of the problem being solved
- Make sure you focus on your stakeholder’s needs and don’t focus too much on requirements
For more great advice see the post on LinkedIn. Are you experiencing any challenges in your role at the moment or would you like to learn more about a particular business analysis topic? Click to send your suggestions