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REQUIREMENTS FOR BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS – Part 5

There is a substantial niche industry marketing requirements tracking databases, systems and servers. But these are not short cuts, and must be evaluated judiciously. It is good to remember that a thoughtful application of the requirement definition process yields direct bottom-line competitive and economic advantages.

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Useful analysis

Useful analysis requires foundational Q&As of objectives, clear vision of achievement and evidential milestones to be aptly reviewed.

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CORRELATION IS NOT CAUSATION

The cliché “correlation is not causation” has an element of truth to it. Actually, MORE than just an element of truth. Too often we are handed a fait accompli of “scientific proof” that is based on correlative studies, but which has not established a confirmed cause and effect relationship. 145 more words

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Importance of Requirements Engineering

According the Standish project benchmarks over the years there has been a significant increase in failure of IT projects and the trend is still continuing. 135 more words

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REQUIREMENTS FOR BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS – Part 4

These business requirement requirements are controversial. There are several reasons, but they all boil down to time and money. The principal objection is that creating and publishing well-written requirements becomes too daunting a task when there are thousands of requirements to list. 33 more words

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Bruce Greenwald Lecture: Strategic Valuation Analysis

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Professor Bruce C. N. Greenwald holds the Robert Heilbrunn Professorship of Finance and Asset Management at Columbia Business School and is the academic Director of the Heilbrunn Center for Graham & Dodd Investing. 231 more words

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REQUIREMENTS FOR BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS - Part 3

Business requirements are not exactly specifications, but they are close. They “specify” an understanding of your business model in terms that can be communicated clearly to other members of your team. 32 more words

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