Chapter 4 - Thinking Critically - Robert Baxley

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Please answer the following questions in a Word document and upload when  finished. One of the toughest problems in investigating system requirements is to make sure they are complete and comprehensive. What kinds of things would you do to ensure that you get all of the right information during an interview session? What can you do to ensure that you have included all of the right stakeholders on your list of people to interview? How can you double-check your list? One of the problems you will encounter during your investigation is “scope creep”— that is, user requests for additional features and functions. Scope creep happens because sometimes users have many unsolved problems and the systems investigation may be the first time that anybody has listened to their needs. How do you keep the system from growing and including new functions that should not be part of the system? ANSWER
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