We are frequently asked whether or not the training we offer is specifically geared to the medical device industry or if our training is generic. The short answer – our instructors have extensive experience in providing training for the medical … Read More
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ConOps vs OpsCon – What’s the Difference?
We hear this question over and over again. This topic comes up a lot in our classes where, as part of scope definition, we stress the need to develop and have at least one feasible system concept prior to writing … Read More
Are the Requirements Attainable?
Attainability is a requirements development issue that is commonplace on many projects. Defining requirements without adequately assessing attainability places projects at risk of significant cost overruns, schedule delays, and performance shortfalls. Mandatory characteristics for any requirement is that it is … Read More
How do you know your requirements are complete?
The bottom line is the set of requirements is complete when all the stakeholders have approved the set of requirements. Define Scope before you write your requirements. From Requirements Expert’s viewpoint, it is that, but more. What we advocate in … Read More