What deliverables do you actually need to perform a successful delivery of a Systems Engineering project?
Depending on where you are in the lifecycle will drive this decision,
but a minimum checklist to get you started would include;
📝Understanding of your user through stories / User needs
📝Translation of these into User Requirements & Stakeholder Needs
📝Architecture Interface Document
📝Systems Design Doc
📝Traceability Map / mechanism (unique Id's / allocations)
📝Tech Dev Roadmap
📝In Service Support Plan
📝Disposal Method / Process / Plan
You may not need ALL of these, but it's a pretty well rounded approach to setting your project off on the right path!
We've seen the most successful projects delivered with only a set of core systems requirements. All of the above are important, but the key to delivering a project which is direct and fulfils the users needs, understands the user needs and systems requirements in its entirety before creating anything else.
A good start is half the battle!
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