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January 04, 2015

Humor: Requirements Naming or Numbering Standards

Humor - Cartoon: Requirements Naming or Numbering Standards

Business Analysis Manager: "The committee decided that the requirements naming convention will start with the project code, then a dash, then the name of the stakeholder, then the day of the week, followed by the shoe size of the nearest executive, ..."

Business Analysis Manager: "Well... we had to ensure they are unique!"

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MAC posted on Monday, December 21, 2015 9:30 AM
How Perfect! I just passed my PMI-Porfessional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA) exam and i studied every requirement attribute and 'unique' rocks!

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