Left Bubble Right Bubble
Sunday, November 23rd, 2003 at 3:32 pm
For a while now I’ve been thinking that, at work, we are trying to find solutions to our problems without first defining the problem, working out what is needed to solve the problem, and then looking for solutions that do what we need. The need to find the box before you can make something fit the box.
What I have just realised is that the Thomsett training gives ammunition to push us onto the right track, left bubble and right bubble. Thomsett states that you must think about the project management issues (left bubble) such as requirements, scope and objectives before you start thinking about technical solutions (right bubble).
Tagged with: project management