The transformation of gobbledygook into a specification of requirements
Situation. A business has an idea. It is not possible to convey the idea directly to developers in the language of business. It's like a blind man talking to a deaf man. An arbitrary system analyst is pulled out: a specification of development requirements is needed. At the entrance — a quarter of a page of text with incomprehensible terminology. Is it possible to formulate requirements without diving into the subject area?
Let's look at a few simple steps that will allow you to turn several paragraphs of arbitrary text into a document that you are not ashamed to give to the developer.