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Runaway Product Requirements: Taming the Chaos of Product Management

Source: Accept Software Corporation
Product managers have seen their workloads rise exponentially. Their core assignment—setting out clear specifications for product revisions and innovations—has grown chaotic. What’s missing is a comprehensive repository of requirements, assignments, analyses, and project status that enables coordinated execution by all of the players involved. Find out how to bring that kind of transparency to your development processes.


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