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Updated 9 Feb 2000

Thinking Outside the Requirements Management "Box"
Thursday, February 3, 2000

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Thinking Outside the Requirements Management "Box"

(The slide presentation for this meeting, updated on February 9, 2000, is available in a PowerPoint file. Microsoft Windows PowerPoint viewers are available for download from Microsoft.)

Studies have shown that the old methods of requirements management -- capturing and communicating requirements in a document, translating requirements from one source to another and inadequately communicating changes to requirements -- are not effective in today's fast-paced, distributed development environment. Organizations need to re-evaluate their procedures, discard obsolete methods and break out of the self-defeating pattern caused by an imperfect, haphazard and unused requirements management process.

TBI has developed tools and methods to support these activities.

The talk will describe how we can do these things and some of the benefits that accrue from these improvements.

Presenter

Larry Boldt, VP Technology Builders Inc.

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