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Product Management

Requirement Writing

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Requirement writing includes 1) communicating the meaning and background of a project (via specs, one pagers, or product requirement documents / PRDs) and 2) explaining tasks (which can be stand-alone or within a project), including as User Stories or Job Stories.
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  2. Project / Epic Documentation

    To ensure a successful software development project, it is crucial to have clear and concise documentation of the project and its objectives. This documentation should include a high-level overview of the project, known as an epic, which outlines the project goals and requirements. This epic should be regularly reviewed and updated throughout the project to ensure that it aligns with the project's evolving needs and objectives.
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  3. Task / User Story Documentation

    In addition to the epic, it is important to have detailed documentation of the tasks and user stories that make up the project. User stories should be written from the perspective of the end user and should clearly outline what the user needs and how they will interact with the software. Tasks should be broken down into smaller, manageable pieces and should be assigned to specific team members to ensure that everyone is working towards the same goals.
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  4. PRD Templates

    Product Requirements Documents (PRDs) are an essential tool for ensuring that everyone involved in a software development project is on the same page. PRDs should include detailed information about the project, including user stories, tasks, and acceptance criteria. There are many different PRD templates available, and it is important to choose one that aligns with the specific needs of the project. PRDs should be regularly reviewed and updated throughout the project to ensure that they accurately reflect the project's evolving needs and objectives.