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Assessment introduction session

Welcome to the Whitebox Assessment / Benchmark introduction You are taking this session to be prepared to the assessment, and to provide your first and very valuable input to assessors planning of the interview. Please be sure to complete 🙂 First – an introduktion from Peter Møller Jacobsen.   https://vimeo.com/781396240 We will spend some time …

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Expectations Engineering – Individual Training Solo

Welcome to the Expectations Engineering -Individual Training – Solo Whitebox Expectations – as a personal study Take this Whitebox Expectations Individual Solo to become a better expectation engineer and improve the success rate for your project. You have full flexibility and can take the modules when appropriate to you. Whitebox Expectation Individual Solo is an efficient …

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Expectations Engineering – Preview

Welcome to the Expectations Engineering – Introduction “EE will definitely bring us better cooperation between departments. I willl give the EE concept 10 (out of 10) and will recommend EE to other development leaders.” Lars HansenHead of Innovation and IT – Siemens Energy “EE will give us much better consensus among all stakeholders, and confidence …

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Cxx-level Guidance

Welcome to Cxx-level Guidance Welcome, and thank you for showing interest in Expectations Engineering.  0 + Counseling assignments of experience Besides the experience in minimizing the effort required to develop new products and solutions, the activities are based on the results from the ImprovAbility(TM) research project, now the foundation of ISO33014, on how to do the …

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Expectations Engineering – Teams

Welcome to Whitebox Expectations Engineering course Welcome to the “Whitebox Expectations” course.   We are here to fight annoying rework with professionalism!  Because, despite 50 years of training and good intentions, the industry is still strugling with Requirements Engineering, Testing and Risk management.  Techniques and practices has been available, but rarely provided the expected benefit. There must …

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