Re: [scrumdevelopment] Here's aThought
It is not really a challenge as the depth and breath of any research varies
according to the problem. When I first started expert system development for
NASA, I started with a Software Development Decision Support System. As I
factoring in more and more human performance engineering requirements and
related human factors, my prototypes evolved over time until the evolution
pointed to a cognitive decision support system when the human factors were
incorporated from the evolution of the prototypes.
I have absolutely no problem with your statement, as it is very true.
> Paul,problem> s
> I would like to challenge one of your assumptions below straight away:
> Steven Gordon
> On 3/26/06, pcorrigan@... <pcorrigan@...> wrote:
> I spent two years on the project before I completed my work. As with all
> > good
> > problem solvers, I did my research first and collected my facts.
> Not all good problem solvers solve all problems this way. For many
> where human behavior is a major factor, it is far more effective and muchpartia> l
> less risky to time-box a less in-depth research into the so-called "facts"
> and as soon as possible try various pilot experiments with candidate
> solutions in order to garner the feedback necessary to discover what is and
> is not likely to be effective on the ground.