Aug 03, 2022
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At the review meeting, the easiest thing to be asked is "Why do you want to do this requirement?" "Why don't you do something else?" Sometimes even if R&D doesn't ask so directly, the implication is that you don't want to take this requirement. This is actually quite normal. Everyone thinks in a different position, and the people who sit and listen to you are also email list migrant workers. The difference is that you just move your mouth and you’re done. They may start coding for your needs or test them to the point of cervical spondylosis! People are easy to be lazy (such as resigning and laying flat like senior sister), if you don't "pull them on the thief boat" together, they will easily back off due to some small difficulties. Therefore, the first move is to clearly explain the demand value to the team . It sounds simple, but senior sisters often encounter some children's shoes giving some wrong answers during the review meeting, such as: This demand is a political task proposed by the boss (inner OS: you don't babble, just do it) Let's try it first (inner OS: I didn't think about the value clearly) Just find a product value to fool (inner OS: I just want to do it anyway) ... (Inner OS: What do you know, I'm too lazy to tell you) All of the above are definitely taboos at the jury meeting. Even if everyone really thinks so, don’t say it at the meeting. You must come up with a “legitimate” demand value and press it. So what is the correct posture to talk about demand value? Senior Sister here provides two ideas, both of which can be explained in one or two sentences , one is positive expression, and the other is to promote first and suppress 1. Positive expression sentence pattern: help users + arguments + solutions Example: Research shows that 50% of customers have the need to advertise on the platform (argument), in order to help these customers acquire more target users (help users), we will use algorithm matching to display advertising spaces on appropriate listing pages (solution) . 2. Want to promote the first suffix: user pain point + argument + solution Example: At present, the failure rate of video posting is 40% (pain point). More than half of these users did not continue editing because they were interrupted (argument). Therefore, we use the draft box to save users the repetitive work of re-editing videos (solution). ). Is it so easy to express the demand value in this way? Of course, the senior suggested that the argument should be posted here as much as possible with some data, research, etc., so that it is more reasonable and well-founded. Therefore, even if this demand is really forced by your boss, once you decide to do this demand, even if you want to break your head, you have to make up a demand value (worker's soul)! After all, the boss will not help you to hold a requirement review meeting. If you are challenged at the review meeting, your reputation will be damaged.