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Making Service Initiatives Requirements-led and Commons-enabled
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Making Service Initiatives Requirements-led and Commons-enabled

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The presentation explains what we mean with services that leverage commons such as stakeholder/actor classification based on COFOG and ISIC, what are initiative (project) success indicators and …

The presentation explains what we mean with services that leverage commons such as stakeholder/actor classification based on COFOG and ISIC, what are initiative (project) success indicators and requirements practices.

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  1. wikinetix - enablers of lean growthMAKING SERVICE INITIATIVESREQUIREMENTS-LED ANDCOMMONS-ENABLEDWikinetix (B) -- Jan GoossenaertsEmail: info@wikinetix.comwww.wikinetix.com .twitter: @collaboratewiki . content
  2. - Social architecture (url) wikinetix - enablers of lean growth - Use of COFOG, ISIC and territory based services stakeholder maps & initiative books that - Local to global landscapes leverage - Participatory approaches, wikis, assets enterprise architecture initiative requirement success practices indicators - Requirements reviewFor: - Initiative sociology- Service users - Learning what- Initiative sponsor stakeholders need - Requirements negotiations- Service provider - Participative simulations- Service builder - Integration requirements . - Handling dependencies - Methodologies: Volere, . content EMPRESS & Living Labs

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