“Experienced project managers can deal more effectively with complex software projects”. Really?
This “conventional truth” is contradicted by INSEAD professors Sengupta and Van Wassenhove’s research on experience-based learning.
The language we use both reflects and influences our thinking.
The term “requirements” has its roots on cartesian and bureaucratic thinking, that supposes a static and impersonal business world where specialists would be able to uncover, extract and document the definitive specifications for software systems.