The misunderstood notion of deliverable - Part Two

As you may have guessed from the previous dialog , the next question on the hit-parade of the most frequent questions is something like: In which deliverable should I document this information? A question generally accompanied by: You would not have a template or an example, by any chance? To make my point, let me be somewhat blunt in my dialog. Th...
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Viewpoints….but why?

The notion of viewpoints advocated by Macroscope in solution delivery integrates concerns of all stakeholders and thus allows to reach a business solution that meets their needs. This is simple and logical.

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Business Analysis – Discipline/Competence vs. Role

When I introduce people to the standard roles in the Solution domain – I know that the Business Analysts in the crowd will quickly become very upset. I can almost hear, “Where am I?” And when I show them that one of the key deliverables of business process modeling is assigned to the System Architect, their discomfort turns to horror. In their minds, such models should always be the responsibility of business analysts, and BAs are not“architects”!

Even when I show the “BA Discipline” that can be viewed throughout Macroscope, that still doesn’t do the trick.

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The misunderstood notion of Deliverable

I have much to say on this topic. This post is the start of a series on the often misunderstood notion of deliverable in Macroscope. Don't hesitate to jump in to comment and add your own thoughts. I have been around for quite a while using, promoting, teaching, coaching and evolving Macroscope. On the hit-parade of the most frequent questions, many...
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Welcome to the Macroscope Blogging space

The blogging feature is now online. This is another way to share your experience and opinions on subjects related to Macroscope. You can either post comments to published posts or, beter yet, become a blog author yourself - simply request to become a blogger through the Contact Us link. To post a comment, simply click on the Add Comment link (botto...
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