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Getting Results from Software Development Teams by Lawrence J. Peters and Lawrence Peters

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Requirements Analysis Using Self-Interaction Matrixes

At some point, a textual, legal version of the requirements list will be produced. This is the handiest way for all stakeholders to determine, via a checklist, that the software does what it was contracted for or intended to do. However, few managers recognize the value of performing an analysis of the requirements. They would much prefer to simply check off requirements as they are fulfilled by developed code. This lack of requirements analysis can be disquieting to the development team. They have probably experienced situations where not having a firm grip on the interplay between one requirement and another caused delays and rework. Putting this analysis task behind us will improve the development ...

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