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Re: Any more ideas on demonstrating the documentation process?
Subject:Re: Any more ideas on demonstrating the documentation process? From:"R2 Innovations" <R2innovations -at- myna -dot- com> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com Date:Sat, 15 Jul 2000 21:07:14 +0000
GEORGE Grider 901/360-4002 <ggrider -at- fedex -dot- com>asked
> Has anybody else had experience in allowing managers to wear the
> scribe's hallowed hat? I'm looking for a 10-15 minute demonstration. The
> airplane idea sounds pretty good, but I fear some of them wouldn't know
> how to build such an exotic toy (i.e. non-electonic). What other simple
> household gadgets might there be that would work on a conference room
> table? Anybody else have experiences to report?
I attended on presnetation where we were asked to write a procedure
for installing laces in a running shoe (back before they started
using velcro closings). To say that some of the results were quite
humorous, would be an understatement. if you think it's easy, just
Ralph E. Robinson
R2 Innovations, Specialists in ISO 9000 Documentation
Author of "Documenting ISO 9000: Guidelines for Compliant
Documentation", an APEX '98 Award of Excellence publication.
Email: r2innovations -at- myna -dot- com