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You won't be able to use Word documents effectively within a git repository. You could use your repo to check in the Word document file and version it, but you wouldn't be able to do diffs or handle merge conflicts. It could even add overhead to the team, depending on who has the right access permissions and knowledge to be able to use git to control the ...


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Take your lead from lawyers. Well written legal documents are unambiguous, and - unless you're trying hard to find a loophole - everybody reads them and understands them the same way. How do they do that? They define their terms. They clearly define what they mean and what the intent is. The define the scope, audience, intent. And they even define where ...


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Document as much detail as you need to get the work done, which should normally include sufficient documentation for future support but not necessarily to complete further stories or defect fixes. I believe the best answer to your question is simply to stop discussing whether something is a fix or a change. That should have no bearing on the amount of effort ...


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As a Senior Business Analyst (BA) with over two decades of experience as BA (did a little PM work, but prefer being a BA, is my passion), I can tell you that the only one responsible for gathering business requirements specifications is the BA (and that means Functional, Non-Functional, and Technical Specifications, including Use Cases, Flow Charts, etc.). ...


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