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SUNDAY REWIND: Product requirement documents must die

BY Louron Pratt on July 10, 2022

In this Sunday Rewind post, we go all the way back to the pre-pandemic days of March 2016 when Martin Eriksson shared his thoughts on why Product Requirement Documents (PRDs) don’t always work. […] Read more »

Don’t let your first Product Requirements Document be your last

BY Adam Darcy on January 20, 2022

This post shares some fresh research on how product managers are feeling when writing a Product Requirements Document followed by a practical tool to hopefully solve this problem. This should help you to auto-generate PRDs with less time, less effort and – most importantly – less anxiety! […] Read more »

Are You a Naughty Or Nice Product Manager?

BY Chris Massey on December 12, 2016

It’s that time of year again – No, I don’t mean financial planning or strategy reviews – I mean it’s a chance to reflect on what we’ve achieved, how we’ve achieved it, and think about whether we’re being the best product person we can be. As the craft of product management evolves, and we learn […] Read more »

Product Requirement Documents Must Die

BY Martin Eriksson on March 29, 2016

I’ve been doing product management for a long time, and I remember very well what it was like to work on Product Requirement Documents (aka PRDs, Market Requirements, Business Requirements, Functional Specs, and more). But the last one I wrote was in 2005, and it’s not because they’re a lot of work (and they are) […] Read more »