You’ve probably heard the saying, “Teamwork makes the dream work.” And it’s true. Teams that start on a project together, and continue working together throughout the project, have a higher chance of success than those that are siloed. You can even create requirements together as a team to ensure a high probability for success.

But in today’s global environment, you probably have team members in different cities, in different time zones, in different countries and with different cultures. How do you come together as a team to create requirements that make sense and that your entire team agrees on to build high-quality products and services that people want to buy?


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