bridging the gap

We are very happy to announce an exclusive event we are offering in collaboration with Digicomp Academy AG:

On the morning of March 15th, 2018, the authors of the Business Agility ManifestoJohn ZachmanRon Ross and Roger Burlton – are coming to Zurich to introduce their latest thinking on business agility. Join these renowned experts for a half-day session to hear their insights developed over decades advising some of the world’s largest organizations and for a chance to ask them questions directly. You will also be able to conduct a high-level assessment of your own organization’s current state and understand what is needed to progress towards true business agility. Please also see the short video about the event!

Furthermore, this morning event may be combined with the Cyber Risk Day 2018 organized by Digicomp Academy AG and taking place in the afternoon of the same day.

Register here today – seats are limited! Early Bird discount for registrations until Febuary 9,2018!

Build on goals, not on sand! How good goals lead to the right system

April 30th, 2016 | Posted by st in Business Motivation Model (BMM) | KnowGravity | Requirements - (Comments Off on Build on goals, not on sand! How good goals lead to the right system)

The German magazine OBJEKTspektrum published an article written by our partner Patrick Grässle about the relation between requirements and goals of the targeted system. Below you will find the abstract in German:

“Das Requirements Engineering (RE) fokussiert sich darauf, ein gewünschtes System mit Hilfe von Anforderungen zu beschreiben. Aber wie kann man wissen, ob man das richtige System beschrieben hat? Und woran lässt sich am Ende der Erfolg messen? Man muss die Ziele kennen, die man mit Hilfe des gewünschten Systems zu erreichen hofft. Aber Ziele sind zu mehr zu gebrauchen als nur zur Kontrolle des Erfolgs: Sie sind das Fundament, auf dem die Anforderungen stehen, und unerlässlich, um zwischen richtigen und falschen Anforderungen unterscheiden zu können. Wie das geht, soll im Folgenden gezeigt werden.

You will find the full article as a .pdf format under this link, and on the website of OBJEKTspektrum under this link.