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Zafar Ali
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Hello all,
According to Martin fowler there are 4 risks in elaboration phase, how we face these risk during the development of sys.
Can any one explain the Political Risks.
thanx in advance.


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Ilja Preuss
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Originally posted by Zafar Ali:
Hello all,
According to Martin fowler there are 4 risks in elaboration phase, how we face these risk during the development of sys.
Can any one explain the Political Risks.
thanx in advance.

Where does Fowler address this? What does he say about the risks and what is your dubiety?


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Ramesh Donnipadu
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Let's say you are building a sales tax calculation system. Before you had a chance to complete it, imagine the taxing authority decided to restructure their taxing policies. Then, your work might become useless.
I would imagine change of government policies, change of direction by the company's management to fall under political risks.
I believe Fowler mentions 4 or 5 different types of risks in his UML distilled book.
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Reid M. Pinchback
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Originally posted by Ramesh Donnipadu:
Let's say you are building a sales tax calculation system. Before you had a chance to complete it, imagine the taxing authority decided to restructure their taxing policies. Then, your work might become useless.

FYI, it isn't just a theoretical issue. In some areas of work this is a continual problem. H/R systems, for example, face constant change because of alterations in federal and state regulations across a whole host of agencies, plus internal changes due to labour contracts, benefits alterations, litigation, etc.


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