- Be ready to train them on how to do it.
- Give them at least 1 good example.
- Work with them on a few. I like the idea of a war room where they are all working on them and you can bounce around to answer questions about how to write them.
- Set the expectation you will review and possibly update them so that they are ready or development. You don’t want to offend them if they think they did good work.
- And be prepared that you may not get anything useful. I hope that’s not the case, but it could happen, so have a backup plan.
Have others had success with this? Did you need to do anything else to make it work? Or any stories of this gone wrong?