As a project manager my job involves two main responsibilities;
- Providing an environment condusive for the team to do their best work
- Keep the client informed about progress, specifically addressing expected budget schedule and scope.
Instead of saying "not yet", the Real Option approach says "Make the decision when..."There is some good common sense in this article, but you can see people forgetting the second word of the phrase "last responsible moment."
There is another definition of operational requirements:
1) Operational requirements are systems requirements that specify how the system must operate
2) Maintenance requirements (not maintainability requirements) that specify how a system (not just software) must be maintained (e.g., replacement of parts)
3) Sustainment requirements that specify how a system must be sustained (e.g., supplied with fuel)
4) Retirement requirements that specify how a system must be retired from service (e.g., disposal of hazardous materials).
An example: -As a customer-I want to be able to open up a search result and see more product details-so that...