Blog: Simulationist Bill of Rights

In a recent blog post, David Sturrock lays out the Simulationist Bill of Rights. This post, a follow up to his Simulation Stakeholder's Bill of Rights, finds David exploring the reasonable expectations a simulationist can have in a project.

"The simulation bill of rights you passed along to us from the workshop are brilliant. My stakeholders love them and along with the project steps are making the development go very well."
Nicholas Wright, Industrial Engineer at CSG International

Also by David Sturrock:

Simulation Stakeholder Bill of Rights | Human Judgment Beats Simulation | 5 Reasons Why Simulation is Important in a Tough Economy


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