They have finally moved beyond the old model where a product manager defines requirements, a designer designs a solution that delivers on those requirements, and then engineering implements those requirements
Dear Product Managers: Share the song, not the clapping
Alex Alexakis
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By the way, this never worked in reality, even in the old days. There *was* a time when the *customer* provided the requirements (think DoD providing requirements for a weapons system). But even for an old time system like car manufacturing, this isn’t how it actually worked — it was always very collaborative.

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