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Effects of requirements of poor quality September 13, 2005

Posted by Coolguy in Business Analysis.
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  • Increase cost and schedule: Effort is spent during design and implementation trying to figure out what the requirements are
  • Decrease product quality: Poor requirements cause the wrong product to be delivered or descoping to meet schedule or cost constraints
  • Increase maintenance effort: Lack of traceability increases the effort to identify where changes are required, especially as knowledgeable personnel leave
  • Create disputes with the customer/client: Ambiguity causes differences in expectations and contractual issues
  • Are a major cause of project failure: all of the above
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