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New Post 5/14/2016 12:13 PM
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Requirements Traceability and Management 

 Thought I would share this presentation that I gave to the IIBA in September 2015.

Requirements and Traceability for IIBA.pptx

 
New Post 6/11/2016 7:03 PM
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Very Nice ... Thank You.
 
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Nice!  Thanks for sharing!

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New Post 9/4/2016 10:47 PM
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Hi, 

Very good! Simple Tractability Matrix is cool. 

 

 
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