In regards to PM do you agree that some detail is better than none as long as it's carefully thought out.
The question wants you to give the positive points for providing details in project management. The question also puts a rider, this is "carefully thought out" which implies that if a person is not sure about any stage and wants to hide behind ambiguity, he may do so by making very general statements.
<br>There an assumption, which the question makes; it assumes that the statement refers to any project in general. This is not supported by evidence. For instance there are several projects where details are deliberately not mentioned. This may be to simply hide details from competitors or there might be a technological breakthrough, which may be expected during the course of the project.