Gestern bin ich über diesen guten Artikel gestolpert: Lessons from Ikea.
Initial scope and specifications documents are a form of guesswork product design often done by whoever owns the project, rather than by actual product designers. Such documentation is meant to serve as the definitive blueprint for the project, but have you ever (seriously, ever in your life) seen an early scoping document that turned out to be anywhere close to accurate when the project was done? This isn't because the people drafting these documents are incompetent; it's just that product design is something best left to, well, product designers.
Sehr lesenswerter Beitrag.