Keith Cowan wrote
>We have had good success using OO mapping to help people to gain new
>insights into their business before an automation project. Like any other
>technology, the implementation of a good OO system is dependent on the
>people doing it.
Yes, the people applying OO have to be good at OO and much more. Isn't it
necessary to get the business to relate to and understand the OO method
and the models it produces. I think they must understand the model well
enough to see where it is leading them. The model must talk to them and
they must listen.
Not an easy task to get cloth merchants to relate to OO.
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