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Easy Win Win Collaborative Requirements Negotiation Paul Grunbacher Computer Science Department University of Southern California, Los Angeles [email protected] USC-CSE Annual Research Review 1. S 0' LJnkwdIy of Soulhwn Callfomh Center tor Software Engineering Outline Project Objectives EasyWinWin Process & Tool Support Case Study Results and Experiences EasyWinWin Integration USC-CSE - GROUPSYSTEMS.COM Co-operation ARR 2000, USC-CSE 2EasyWin Win Objectives Reduce learning effort and lower entry barrier - Ease-of-use GUI - "long-leash" enforcement of negotiation model lmprove stakeholder involvement and guidance - EasyWinWin Process - Facilitation of crucial activities Enhance frequency and directness of interaction - Synchronous, Asynchronous interaction - Co-located, multi-site interaction - Creativity techniques (e.g., Brainstorming) lmprove Scalability, Reliability, Interoperability - COTS Group Support System ARR 2000, USCCSE 3 Easy Win Win Process Activity Groupsystems Tool Brainstorm Electronic Winconditions Brainstorming Consolidate and Categorizer Organize Ideas Further Tools: Prioritize Alternative Analysis Handouts Winconditions Voting Tool Reports I Capture Domain / Topic Commenter / Lanauaae Whiteboard Refine Domain Group Outliner Group Outliner ARR 2000, USC-CSEBrainstorm Winconditions [4 0 S 0: Eu IJnkwdly d Soulhem Cdiiomb Center for Software Engineering rn Categorize & ConsolidatePrioritize Winconditions "Maybe later9'% % WinWin Negotiation and Taxonomy -LOW WGING FRUITS 4 @Ie & npphcabon Cdp3bhbesl I t a? nlegrale bamer Bas nm em 1 em CnaI IbRCHWCTI IT 31 LA? 1 1n21 me system ml prwae onteqaLrn 01 me owner sds nm the ems and cnal sy~emg IDEVE-OPERI I1 31 1 -W3 The bamer mll provlda a Ilnkto the ulrwnlty bookstore [CUSTOMER] F 3 I) -W5 Dsfaul banner 01 bookslore 11 n IT311 -W6 The Slte manageme [PROJECT WGER] -W7 Dtnererl lands of a detak IUSERl CI 3 1 21 Q 4 Level of SeMce @t ~&dabl~ty~uT~lor~e 1Experiences 1 Case Studies Six real-client projects in Fall 99 cs577a software engineering class: - Clients: USC Bookstore, USC Digital Library, USC-CSE 2-day COTS Product Requirements Definition Workshop Used by GROUPSYSTEMS.COM to negotiate a Sales and Marketing Process ARR 2000, USC-CSE 9 Rationale: Integration of different Groupsystems negotiation results in a repository to support traceability and allow analyses andSummary Strong focus on stakeholder interaction - Cooperative learning process - Requirements emerge in interaction process - Combination of interaction modes Improved involvement of clients - Intuitive UI - Facilitated Sessions - Process Guidance Groupware Benefits - Parallel contribution results in shorter meetings - Anonymity - Automated trace capture and reports ARR 2000, USCCSE 11 USC-CSE - GROUPSYSTEMS.COM Objective - Commercially Supported Capability Activities - EasyWinWin Process Guide - Web-Seminar (in May) - Signature Seminar Licensing I.l I;b1'! s',>-, th4S :o&. - Groupsystems Online Hosted or MeetingEvent ARR 2000, USC-CSE


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