A look back at the best from a year ago.
One of the ten big rules of writing a good MRD is writing valuable requirements. How do we determine what requirements are valuable? To whom are they valuable? When a requirement represents a continuum how much is enough? What is too fast, what is too scalable? To whom must the requirement be valuable?
One of the ten big rules of writing a good MRD is writing concise requirements. We have to minimize the amount we write to avoid information overload. We also need to make sure we write enough to get the message across. How do we strike the balance?
One of the ten big rules of writing a good MRD is writing requirements that do not specify design. How do we specify enough detail to be actionable without constraining the engineering team? How do we trust our developers to do the right thing?