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As the use of agile methods – especially Scrum – continues to explode, the organizations that realize the greatest success will be those that acknowledge the skill sets of both business analysts and project managers, but not in a hierarchal pecking order.

To achieve organizational goals within the fast paced, highly demanding business environment of 2011, requirements management and development (RMD) – also known as business analysis – will require a better balance between technical and soft skills, separating the leaders from the rest of the pack. This theme is reflected throughout the 2011 Top 10 trends for RMD, which were determined by a global panel of ESI International senior executives and consultants.

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