Five Best Practices for Writing Requirements

Better requirements lead to clearer, more effective communication between a product’s stakeholders—creating ripple effects across the entire organization including greater transparency; less rework; and, accelerated development without sacrificing product quality. While requirements writing is both an art and a science that will vary by context, there are a few best practices to consider.  

In this infographic you’ll learn why it’s important to: 

  • Have a clear understanding of the problem 

  • Define the requirements hierarchy 

  • Take design out of requirements 

  • Be unambiguous 

  • Use requirements templates and group discussions 

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