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Creating Value through Interaction Management

The ability to define, visualize and manage the interactions associated with any product or systems is growing in importance.  Mastering Interaction Management tools such as the N-Squared Diagram can create new value for your organization.  But where should you apply … Continue reading

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Derived requirements – continued

If decisions create requirements (as explained in my previous post), then decisions also create ALL the interactions between requirements.  This implies that there is never a constant, always-present, solution-independent relationship between any 2 requirements. Perhaps you’ve been involved in populating or … Continue reading

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Decisions consume requirements

Yesterday I explored the fact that decisions create requirements.  That’s half of the story – decisions also consume requirements. A decision is a wonderful thinking tool that takes in multiple requirements (objectives, goals, constraints, …) and balances them against one … Continue reading

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