8: Napkin models are a good way to start a conversation, but a terrible way to end one

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Bruce Douglass

Date archived: December 2, 2016 | First published: October 29, 2013

Don’t risk a failed system from imprecise thinking sketched on a napkin. #8 in Bruce Douglass’s top 10 modeling hints series helps you move from lightweight to high-fidelity models.

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