Note: this is an update to this blog originally published in 2012. Preparing for the future A constant throughout the evolution of systems engineering is an ever-increasing complexity of systems which can be observed in terms of the number of … Read More
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How to Handle Implementation in Customer Requirements
I was asked the following question from a friend of mine: “I see a propensity to copy requirements from the Customer Specification to various levels of the requirement hierarchy in order to link between a Customer requirement written as implementation … Read More
Why are we doing what we are Doing?
A common problem we see on new projects is people jump into writing requirements without first answering the question “Why are we doing what we are doing?” Many challenged projects (e.g., over budget, behind schedule, not meeting quality standards) can … Read More
Why Do My Requirements Keep Changing?
This is a very common question. There are various reasons. Some we have control over and some we don’t. A key point is that we want to avoid changes that are a result of having poorly defined requirements. In this … Read More
How to Prioritize Requirements
This is a continuation of the previous blog: Why You Should Prioritize Requirements 1. Assign priorities once you have a set of requirements for your system of interest. 2. Assign a relative importance to requirements. Keep it simple, like 1, … Read More