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Priority-Value

Definition:

Priority-Level refers to the specified Attribute Level Class {Wish, Stretch, Fail, Goal, Survival}

Alternative Names

Concept Number: *471
English Master: Priority-Level
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Detailing

The final Priority relationship is determined by other factors such as Qualifier and Authority.

Priority-Level *471 : is the Parameter used to describe the Attribute Level’s relative importance {Limit (1), Tolerable (2), Goal (3), Stretch (4), Wish (5)}


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Keyed-Icons


Here are some Requirement Levels, viewed as Keyed-Icons.

--[a--->>b->c--]d-> O -[e--->>f->g-]h--->

MEANING
[a Survival: a lower limit on Resource use imposed by a Stakeholder SA (example corporate Policy for Quality)
>>b Fail: a minimum Tolerable-Level of Resource acceptable value to a Stakeholder SB (example a not unprofitable Level)
>c Goal: a satisfactory - successful - Level of Resource for Stakeholder SC (example: a competitive or profitable Level)
]d Survival: an upper limit on Resource use imposed by a Stakeholder SD ( example corporate Policy on single investments)

-On the System output side of things (“O->“):

[e Survival: a lower limit on a System performance Attribute, imposed by a Stakeholder SE (example Government Safety Law)
>>f Fail: a minimum Product-Value Level imposed by a Stakeholder SF ( example corporate Quality Policy or marketing)
>g Goal: a planned satisfactory value Level desired by Stakeholder SG ( example a market segment, to be competitive)
]h Survival: an upper limit on a System performance value as imposed by Stakeholder SH ( example Government determined Monopoly ..........regulation or corporate Policy about exposing ultimate capability to market and competitors too early) .


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This Concept entered by Kay Dudman

Created by system. Last Modification: Thursday 11 of July, 2019 19:29:57 CEST by Admin (Kai).
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