Making Metrics Practical - INCOSE

Figure 4 above lists some of the many planguage tools

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Unformatted text preview: ) by 50% (compared to present level), by next release 2. Connect metrics with metrics. There are many types (Management Objectives, Product Quality Requirements, Project Effort Budgets)and levels (Survival, Fail, Goal, Stretch, Wish) of metrics You should make their relationships and connections clear and documented. Figure 4, above, lists some of the many Planguage tools for doing this in practice. Example 1, above, gives an example of how the levels are clearly related to a single requirement and scale of measure. In the few instances where we see a metric used in requirement specification, for example: From the H project ($100 million wasted with no delivery for 8 years by end 2006) Top Level Objectives: Here on a single page, for a single major objective (Robustness) were the following 4 ‘requirements’. None of these had any more detail before a long list of technical design to achieve them was listed (‘Built-in testability, Tool simulators’). “Minimal down-time” “Built-in testability” These two were without any atte...
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