Stakeholders on the Prowl

  title={Stakeholders on the Prowl},
  author={Jane Cleland-Huang},
  journal={IEEE Softw.},
Working with diverse stakeholders is a fact of life for any requirements engineer. And learning to bring out the best in each of them is an art acquired over time. This article shares effective stakeholder interaction techniques for solving three common problems. The Web extra at is an audio podcast in which author Jane Cleland-Huang provides an audio recording of the Requirements column. 

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