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< previous page page_207 next page > Page 207 Table 9.2 The 12 critically heuristic boundary questions in the "ought" mode (1) Who ought to be the client (beneficiary) of the system S to be designed or improved? (2) What ought to be the purpose of S, i.e. what goal states ought S be able to achieve so as to serve the client? (3) What ought to be S's measure of success (or improvement)? (4) Who ought to be the decision taker , i.e. have the power to change S's measure of improvement? (5) What components (resources and constraints) of S ought to be controlled by the decision taker?
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(6) What resources and conditions ought to be part of S's environment , i.e. not be controlled by S's decision taker? (7) Who ought to be involved as designer of S? (8) What kind of expertise ought to flow into the design of S, i.e. who ought to be considered an expert and what should be his role? (9) Who ought to be the guarantor of S, i.e. where ought the designer seek the guarantee that his design will be implemented
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