5 responses to “Are You Documenting Good Requirements?”

  1. Christian Bojórquez

    Good article, but what can we do if the customer/user who is supposed to provide the requirements for the project is not capable of giving enough detail or, even worse, has no clear understanding of their own needs, but at the same time, your management is pushing the project team to move forward and start implementation and provide an estimated date of completion.

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