Requirements Churn Shouldn't Be the Norm

You set requirements. And then they change. So, you wind up stuck in a cycle of requirements churn. 

Requirements churn might even happen so often that it's starting to feel normal. But it shouldn't be the norm.

How to Reduce Requirements Churn

Don't let requirements churn be your norm. Simply fill out the form to get five detailed best practices for reducing requirements churn — before it starts.

You'll learn how to:

  1. Use shorter release cycles
  2. Set a limit, then reassess
  3. Reduce review fatigue

Plus two more practices. Download the white paper now for your in-depth guide to setting requirements without the churn.