Re: Information Mapping

Subject: Re: Information Mapping
From: Brad Connatser <cwrites -at- USIT -dot- NET>
Date: Sat, 31 Aug 1996 02:18:21 GMT

In article <9608302258 -dot- AA09757 -at- plamondon -dot- com>, Robert Plamondon
<robert -at- plamondon -dot- com> wrote:

> Brad Connatser writes:

> >I cannot understand I guess how you can say that "seven plus or minus two
> >cannot be quantified in documents" when I do it all the time. We group all
> >tasks in procedures so that they do not exceed 9 steps. If we have a
> >procedure with more than 9 steps, we feel we have not done our job to break
> >up the job tasks into manageable groups. We use the 9-step threshold as
> >our "bell" to signify we need to rexamine what's going on.

Brad Connatser didn't write it; Bill Bledsoe did.


Brad Connatser
Concurrent Communications
cwrites -at- usit -dot- net

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