Kate was the inspiration and catalyst for LexisNexis transforming their requirements practice from "han...
Kate was the inspiration and catalyst for LexisNexis transforming their requirements practice from "handling small maintenance-type enhancements to existing products", to "big new concepts, big new platforms, and big new architecture."
Given the problem of taking Business Analysis "from zero to 60" Kate rallied champions in each core area, surveyed and gathered data from the trenches to make the business case and secure executive support, enlisted expert external mentoring for process improvement and targeted skills enhancement, and performed tradeoff analysis to select the most appropriate toolset.
Now in the midst of rolling out the new requirements solution, the results are proving that Kate got it right. Be sure to watch the interview for a more in-depth description on how LexisNexis evolved their Requirements Lifecycle.