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Five Tips For Creating Successful Projects in a Down Economy

We are certainly living in interesting times, and according to conventional wisdom, it is a curse to live in interesting times. Changes in our world happen almost overnight, from the political to the geographic to the financial. Pundits, pollsters and prophets may disagree on many things, but for now, most …

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Happy Holidays From Seilevel

Thank you for helping us make 2008 a great year. We want to take the time to acknowledge our friends, family and customers for the dedication and support you’ve given us. Enjoy the holidays! We’ll see you in 2009.   The Seilevel Team

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Join our Webinar: How to Manage Requirements in a Global Organization

I just want to make sure that everyone is invited to our upcoming webinar on 11/13/2008 at 2pm CST/3pm EST. Click the link below to sign up. https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/980887368 We’ll cover some of the top questions that people have asked us about successfully managing requirements with distributed teams: o People: What …

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Join our Webinar: How to Manage Requirements in a Global Organization

I just want to make sure that everyone is invited to our upcoming webinar on 11/13/2008 at 2pm CST/3pm EST. Click the link below to sign up. https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/980887368 We’ll cover some of the top questions that people have asked us about successfully managing requirements with distributed teams: o People: What …

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Four Ways To Improve Agile Requirements Management

One of the challenges of Agile projects is ensuring that the requirements remain “Agile”. While software requirements are not necessarily neglected on Agile projects, an Agile project may erroneously take a waterfall approach to requirements. Here are some simple techniques to adapt your requirements management effort to an agile project. …

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Style vs. Substance

In the world of requirements, we often focus totally on the substance of our creations – either in documents, diagrams, or requirements tools. There’s no doubt that the substance is extremely important. After all, if you don’t have the right content in the requirements, you’re in for a ton of …

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Gaining Perspective on Your Software Requirements

When working with large, distributed teams, requirements can often get lost in translation (sometimes literally). There is no way to prevent this completely, but there is a technique you can use to help reduce your risk in this area – perspective. If the development team was directly plugged in to …

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Analyze like a Quantum Physicist

People are often intimidated by the word ‘quantum’. It has a whole set of connotations behind it that make people afraid they’re going to get in way over their heads. In truth, quantum mechanics isn’t all that hard to understand, it just isn’t very useful in everyday life. Some of …

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Requirements Sci-Fi

Science fiction authors have had a huge impact on the development of science and technology. The flip-phone and PDA were inspired by Star Trek. Submarines were inspired by 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. I thought the requirements space could use some similar visionary input (not that I’m on par with …

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