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A critical factors analysis is an analysis of the key properties of a project (in this case the RIF). A CFA is analysed in terms of the goals of the project, the critical factors that will lead to its success and the measurable requirements of the project implementation that support the goals of the project. The intention of using a capture methodogy is to provide a rational basis for capturing requirements; by following the methodology a project team can be reasonably sure of requirements closure; although, of course, the dynamics of projects will often mean that by the time a project is completed the environment has changed sufficiently to invalidate some or all of the assumptions made at the time of the requirements capture process.

The process involves identifying goals, critical success factors and requirements. And documenting these and committing to them.


Critical Success Factors


CFA Diagram