As discussed in the previous blog, this week continues our look into business tips from SCORE and how Pierson Requirements Group can take those tips and turn them into plans and actionable goals.
This weeks tips is the second of the 5 business tips to writing your business plan.
2. Examine your motives. Make sure that you have a passion for owning a business and for this particular business.
“Pierson can provide you with a customized methodology for Object-Oriented development projects using the notation of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and the Unified Process. This customized methodology can be placed on your intranet to serve as a handbook or guide for the software system development teams. This document defines the steps and phases that should be followed, technical modeling options, and refers to quality procedures which should be employed. In this methodology Pierson
will provide your company with a repeatable process for:
- Using the notation of UML Modeling and Unified Process
- System Development Life Cycle deliverables
- Joint Application Development (JAD) activities and JAD Session agendas
- Rapid Application Development (RAD)
- Documentation templates
Best practices to be utilized throughout the Problem Statement, Requirements, Analysis, Design, Construction, Business User Final Acceptance and Transition phases of the system development life cycle.”
Creating your business plan can be a time consuming and sometimes daunting task. However, if you follow the steps outlined by a company aimed to help you along and use the tools offered by Pierson Requirements Group, the entire process becomes a step by step plan to greatness.