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Scope: Understanding refined

October 30, 2009
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Scope: Understanding refined

Deriving the detailed requirements from the project charter takes a lot of doing. There is a set of techniques you would need to apply to elicit the requirements from relevant people. These involve formal and informal methods of stimulating the ideas that can define breakdown of the charter requirements into detailed requirements. These individuals...

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What’s NOT on Your Plate

August 20, 2009
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What’s NOT on Your Plate

If it is important to know what’s on your plate, it is equally vital to know what’s not on it. It is the complementary part of the requirements definitions. If we define a set as well as another set that is distinctly exclusive from this set then the set gets uniquely defined. Therefore, if...

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