The Job Story describes a struggling moment which the customer faces, how they visualize progress…
Alan Klement

“User stories and specs don’t do any of that.” … should be qualified with “at crappy companies with crappy product teams.” So the moral of the story is if you can’t communicate well and write crappy user stories/requirements/jobs to be done, then you’ll have a crappy output. Shocker.

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