Ah, i was referring to the smale scale temporal ordering in the sentence "first identify what is the same/different, then apply the above.".
Identity is important but why is there a temporal ordering between the two? could you elaborate on the rationale?
On Feb 5, 2011, at 8:46 PM, Matthew West wrote:
Sorry, I’m not aware I was talking about any temporal ordering. Please explain.
On Feb 1, 2011, at 11:20 AM, Matthew West wrote:
I wonder do we really need this? If we examine the situation a little closer then reasons for variability appears.
Legislation forces different point of views across border and inside countries.
MW: This means of course that you really mean different things in those different circumstances, so they should not be the same.
Product: there a quite a few work perspective that view Product differently from different point-of-view and so it is likely to be. The need for specialization of work perspectives seems to be inevitable in larger organizations.
... more than 10+ major reasons for large scale variability can easily be found.
MW: Yes. In my book “Developing High Quality Data Models” I identify a number of these. But that just means that these are different things, not the same. MW: Moral, first identify what is the same/different, then apply the above.
AWT: Im intrigued, identity is important but why is there a temporal ordering between the two? could you elaborate on the raionale?
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