On Reqs and Specs: The Roles and Behaviors for Effective Product Definition

Product managers write terrible requirements, littered with buzz words, ambivalent language, and non-specific performance parameters. They read like somewhat-technical marketing hype. And developers have to make sense of the requirements. They complain, “I cannot program to these requirements.” And theyre right.

via On Reqs and Specs: The Roles and Behaviors for Effective Product Definition.

One of our most popular articles, John & I explore the difference between reqs and specs, and why most teams need a designer.

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