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Hi Everyone

Can anyone please tell- How to manage the de-scoping or perception of complexity from development?

Thanks

sarika

 
New Post 4/1/2008 3:51 AM
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Re: requirement 

Hi Sarika

Can you explain what you mean by this?  I see two questions and I need to clarify both.

1. Descoping
By de-scoping do you mean cutting back features or requirements that are going to be deliverred?  Why are you considering this?  Is the solution too expensive?  Will it take too long?  Is it too complex or hard?

2. Perceptions of complexity
Here I am wondering who's perceptions and what is complex?  Is it the developers percieving the business problem as complex, or the business people perceiving the technical solution as complex?

Thanks for asking your question and I hope we can help once you share your clarifications.

Craig Brown
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