A Description of the Strategy to Task Technique and Example Applications

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A Description of the Strategy to Task Technique and Example Applications

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Author(s): Michael R. Bathe; Jeremy D. Smith
No pages: 5
Year: 2002
Article ID: 5-1-5
Keywords: management, strategy to task technique, systems engineering
Format: Electronic (PDF)
 

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Abstract: The Strategy to Task Technique (STT) is an approach used to develop low-level, often system-specific, requirements for a system or capability through a process of decomposition. The approach, which is often implemented by using the Quality Function Deployment technique as an enabler, begins by utilising high-level statements of requirement, typically national strategic goals, and then mapping responses against these requirements. The responses are generated by using authoritative sources such as doctrine publications. The STT approach has been used on a number of projects and in particular lends itself to capability analysis at a high level. The paper describes the STT technique, including several examples. Some pitfalls and guidelines for its application are also briefly discussed.