Imagine what you could do if you could get almost a third of your time back? In a guest post on the Sodius Willert blog, Michelle Boucher shares research on how much engineering time is wasted on non-value added work and explains what you can do. Focus on the Work You Enjoy As an engineer,
Does your company excel at meeting and managing product requirements? If not, this webinar will help you develop better requirements management practices. During this on-demand webinar, Tech-Clarity’s Michelle Boucher and Anshuman Prakash from Siemens share perspectives on better requirements management. They also provide advice to make the process easier. During the webinar, you will learn:
Did you know that 9.9% of every dollar spent on projects is wasted due to poor project performance? This startling statistic comes from research done by the Project Management Institute (PMI), published in their 2018 Pulse of the Profession® report. In a guest post on the Siemens Solid Edge blog, Michelle Boucher outlines some key reasons why
What’s the best way to make sure the product you design and build actually meets requirements? How do requirements management solutions help? Listen and interview of SAFRAN Group‘s Yannick Laplume, Tech-Clarity’s Michelle Boucher, and PTC’s Christoph Braeuchle as they discuss the value of of a requirements management solution. They explore topics such as: The business value of requirements management How
In this PTC guest post, Michelle Boucher discusses How to Select a Requirements and Validation Solution. There are many reasons projects fail, but a requirements and validation solution can help. However, selecting the right solution can be overwhelming. What should you use as buying criteria? What are your options if your requirements solution works well sometimes, but not always?
In a guest post titled Successful Products Start with Requirements and Validation on the PTC Integrity blog, Michelle Boucher describes why good requirements management is so critical to product success. Excel and Word tend to be the most common tools used for requirements. They work extremely well for defining requirements, but managing requirements becomes much more difficult. When not properly