'Requirements-uncertainty': should it be a latent, aggregate or profile construct?

@article{Moynihan2000RequirementsuncertaintySI,
  title={'Requirements-uncertainty': should it be a latent, aggregate or profile construct?},
  author={Tony Moynihan},
  journal={Proceedings 2000 Australian Software Engineering Conference},
  year={2000},
  pages={181-188}
}
The author identifies the strategies that experienced IS project managers say they use to cope with requirements uncertainty on development projects for external clients. He shows that project managers say they use different strategies for coping with the different dimensions of requirements uncertainty, as this construct has been formulated in the literature. He then argues that requirements uncertainty, as this construct has been formulated in the literature. The author then argues that… CONTINUE READING

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