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Suppose that an analysis team did not generate alternative design strategies for consideration by a project steering committee or client. What might the consequences be of having only one design strategy? What might happen during the oral presentation of project progress if only one design strategy is offered?

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Should an analysis team fail to generate alternative design strategies for a project steering committee or client they are likely to have failed to evaluate different scenarios and thoroughly considered all options. It would be extremely unwise to assume that a single idea would fully satisfy a client, and ...

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This solution discusses what would happen if an analysis team did not generate alternative design strategies for consideration for a project steering committee. It discusses possible consequences of having only one design strategy, and what might happen if only one design is offered.

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