Understanding Critical Success Factor Analysis

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Business

 

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Frederick K

 

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October 3, 2012

 

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University

 

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Requirements matrix Usage scenarios vs. Requirements matrix Solid usage scenarios Relationship to Usage Scenarios Usage scenarios or "use cases"; provide a means of determining: Are the requirements aligned and self-consistent? Are the needs of the user being met as well as those of the enterprise? Are the requirements complete? Example: From Goal to Requirements Things to Think About Brainstorming: "if we do all of these things, will we succeed?" Refactoring and rearranging the hierarchy are part of the process (the hierarchy itself is important information) Leave no stone unturned: every idea is a good one Different levels of abstraction require careful navigation! Conclusion CSF analysis: Produces results that express the needs of the enterprise clearly and (hopefully) completely Allows us to measure success and prioritize goals in a sensible way When used together with traditional usage scenarios, ensures that the needs of both the user and the enterprise are being met
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Requirements matrix Usage scenarios vs. Requirements matrix Solid usage scenarios Relationship to Usage Scenarios Usage scenarios or "use cases"; provide a means of determining: Are the requirements aligned and self-consistent? Are the needs of the user being met as well as those of the enterprise? Are the requirements complete? Example: From Goal to Requirements Things to Think About Brainstorming: "if we do all of these things, will we succeed?" Refactoring and rearranging the hierarchy are part of the process (the hierarchy itself is important information) Leave no stone unturned: every idea is a good one Different levels of abstraction require careful navigation! Conclusion CSF analysis: Produces results that express the needs of the enterprise clearly and (hopefully) completely Allows us to measure success and prioritize goals in a sensible way When used together with traditional usage scenarios, ensures that the needs of both the user and the enterprise are being met
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