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Suppose you are a project manager at a reputed software house. One of your clients wants you to develop a project for their grocery store. For requirements, the client has given you a general statement of objective, not detailed requirements. Since you have past experience and an experienced team in developing software for stores, therefore you did not feel a need to get detailed requirements from your client.
Do you believe that it was a good practice to ignore the need of getting complete and precise requirements from customer just because you had past experience of same type of project? Justify your answer with proper and sound reasoning.
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