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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Implementing a Requirements Development and Management Processes
Note this is an update to this blog originally posted in 2013. A major challenge to implementing the chosen RDM capability for your organization and project is convincing management and co-workers that it is time to implement or perhaps improve … Read More
Stakeholders! Why can’t they just tell me exactly what they want?
“It takes less time to do something right than to explain why it was done wrong.” –Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Project teams build software, systems and products for people to use or consume. So why is it that many project teams … Read More
Agile and Requirement–Driven Product Development
My previous blog described “Requirement-Driven Product Development” (RDPD). One of my readers asked a very important and well-formed question: “Lou, nice article. Are there any specializations to the approach for software systems? Would you say that Scrum process is consistent … Read More
How to Communicate “Threshold” vs. “Objective” Requirements.
We were recently asked the following question: “For a system that has both “threshold” and “objective” requirements, what is the best way to delineate them? Our initial thought was to use “should”, but then we don’t want to get them … Read More