D-O-C-U-M-E-N-T checklist

Interesting checklist by Bob Glushko of "Berkeley". It is "a set of analysis and design phases that yield implementable models of business processes". I was wondering if the order of the checklist mattered? E.g. shouldn't 'user types' be higher up than 'document types'?
Well, Bob already posted a lengthy answer to my questions. Thanks Bob! Bob agrees with reorder of the checklist, but then it's not a nice acronym anymore (-- I understand, good reason). Bob explains the context of the checklist by telling about "the snake". It shows the change in order of the checklist. Nice model and I will "ride the snake"!


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