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    Questions of Envisioning and Selling a Project

    1. What is a stakeholder?

    2. Story -- Diagnose problems and propose solutions thoughtfully Once there was a tall office building with a set of elevators. People always were complaining that they were too slow. They would have to wait at the bottom when they entered the building for too long before the elevator came.
      1. What are the problems?
      2. Propose solutions.
      3. Discussion

    3. Are problems solved for ever?

    4. List for 4 reasons for change.

    5. List 5 reasons people request changes in an existing system -- Systems Requests.

    6. What is a statement of work?

    7. Name 6 kinds of feasibility.

    8. How does the cost and/or reliability change through the life time of a system.

    9. List some factors that effect projects.

    10. The five types of components in a system are named by words that start(alphabetically): D,H,P,R,S. What do they stand for? For each one describe how it plays a part in choosing a project.

    Abbreviations

  1. TBA::="To Be Announced".
  2. TBD::="To Be Done".

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    Projects [ project0.html ] [ project1.html ] [ project2.html ] [ project3.html ] [ project4.html ] [ project5.html ] [ projects.html ]

    Field Trips [ F1.html ] [ F2.html ] [ F3.html ]

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