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Fascinating question and more subtle than I originally thought. According to this graph, as investment into an unexpected/new/innovative feature's functionality is increased, user satisfaction goes up exponentially. In fact, according to the graph, at the higher end of investment, where we perhaps have a disproportionately large part of our budget and ...


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Is more detail help or hindrance? More detail helps until it becomes a hindrance :). In other words, the law of diminishing returns starts to apply at some point. Your developers will find some details useful while others will just state the obvious. And you will need to keep these details up to date which might involve quite an effort and cause a waste if ...


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There are different approaches to the lifecycle of a project which are often described as ranging from "predictive" (define everything early and as fully as you reasonably can) to "adaptive" (define everything as late as you reasonably can). A lot depends on a team's ways of working but relying on evidence-based results rather than ...


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