The perceived credibility of an IT professional goes beyond his or her personal competence and integrity; it is grounded in trustful relationships. This post is a reflection on our professional relationship style. Is it effective to create and nurture trustful relationships?
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.