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Communicating requirements to IT (15 Jul 2005)
One of the biggest impediments of success in IT projects is the failure to clearly communicate requirements between the stakeholders and the developers. Stakeholders are speaking the language of their business needs and the developers are speaking the language of the technological demands. A solution to this is the establishment of a clear and unambiguous “blueprint” to allow both parties to communicate in a way that is clear and leaves no need for further interpretation.
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