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We use the wrong medium to communicate system requirements. An experience of the proposed application would help validate it before implementation starts - and may even discover an innovation.
Most people need to experience something to understand it. Once they experience it, they know what they like & don’t like. Using simulation adds clarity & builds consensus for a better result.
Press releases for Cook Enterprise Corporation and its Building Requirements Consensus methodology and approach.
Press release - Blueprint named 2009 voke Innovator. A voke Innovator demonstrates significant and profound market impact while advancing innovation and transforming the global software lifecycle
Must a business analyst be a SME in a domain to be effective? Many assume yes. It turns out that that assumption is usually false. That yes can be costing you $2,000,000 - per project!
Design simulation carries a cost. There are different levels of simulation each with varying cost. Which level do you use, and pay for, and why?