MIT16_842F09_lec02a

MIT16_842F09_lec02a - Stakeholder Expectations Definition...

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I - 1 Part I Stakeholder Expectations Definition Process 1 Requirement 15 (Section 3.2.1.1) “The Center Directors or designees shall establish and maintain a process, to include activities, requirements, guidelines, and documentation, for the definition of stakeholder expectations for the applicable WBS model.” Stakeholder Expectations Definition 1
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I - 2 Part I Suddenly There Is A Heated Argument! Why? 1 Far Side cartoon of two cavemen arguing removed due to copyright restrictions.
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I - 3 Part I Stakeholder Expectation Definition Purpose and Importance The Stakeholder Expectation Definition Process is used to: – Identify who Stakeholders are (for all phases of the project) – Identify how the product is intended to be used by the stakeholders – Elicit and define stakeholder expectations (including use cases, scenarios, operational concepts) in ways we can measure (validate) the appropriateness of our system when completed. Result is the foundation from which the system is designed and the product realized. 1
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I - 4 Part I Who is a Stakeholder? A group or an individual who is affected by or is in some way accountable for the outcome of an undertaking Stakeholders can be classified as: Customers – An organization or individual that has requested a product and will receive the product to be delivered. Examples: An end user of the product The acquiring agent for the end user The requestor of the work product from a technical effort Other interested parties who provide broad overarching constraints
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