Facilitate a meeting to define what success looks like for your project
Source: Joe Goss
Although most projects start enthusiastically, optimism fades quickly unless an analysis and design team gets traction and learns where it is going. Working from a project charter, the team's next step is defining typically, "what does success look like". These high-level requirements help clarify the project's vision and give the team a focus. Many business analysts employ group facilitation to elicit these requirements. This download summarizes some of the steps you should follow in facilitating such a meeting.
This download is also available as an entry in the TechRepublic IT Leadership blog.