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Merging Functional and Technical specifications

Hi All,

In my project, management is planning to merge both Functional and Technical specifications; I mean both in one document. So first functional guy will write the functional related information and once it is approved by the user then Technical guy will use his area

I don't know exactly what the thought process behind this but can you guys through some light on Pros and Cons of this kind of design.

Thanks in advance

Cheers!!

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  • Posted on Nov 08, 2011 at 12:29 PM

    Moved to general discussions forum.

    Whether two sections within one document or two different documents, I don't see the big difference.

    Actually, while the techie is already hacking away on his area, the document is locked, so the funkee cannot silently make additional amendments to his part, so thumbs up from me 😊

    Thomas

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2011 at 07:50 PM

    Looks like this is a think GREEN and cost cutting initiative!

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2011 at 08:09 PM

    Functional and technical jobs are overlapping a little bit. One canu2019t do a good job without a minimum knowledge of the other side. Not a bad idea if they consolidate these 2 into 1.What they need is a Business Analyst.

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  • Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 12:15 PM

    awesome.............great..

    ohhhh....

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