This workshop is intended for users, product managers, business analysts, developers or testers who are currently responsible, or in the near future will be, for gathering, modeling, documenting, and managing project requirements using agile methods. It is appropriate for companies, who are currently in, or migrating to an agile environment.
Class Size Limit: 25 (Minimum 6)
User stories are an agile requirements approach that helps shift the focus from writing about requirements to talking about them. All agile user stories include a written sentence or two and, more importantly, a series of conversations about the desired functionality.
This one-day workshop is designed to provide the knowledge and tools needed to identify and write effective and accurate user stories in an agile project. Attendees will learn and apply through hands-on activities how to identify stakeholders; define the project’s vision, model user roles and persona’s, write user stories and tests, identify appropriate requirements gathering techniques and utilize user stories to plan releases and iterations.
The workshop includes material from the IIBA’s Agile Extension to the Business Analyst Body of Knowledge (BABOK® Guide), as well as techniques included in the BABOK®.
The Big Picture
Defining the Vision
Modeling User Roles
Writing User Stories
Gathering User Stories
Testing User Stories
Planning with User Stories
$797.00 per attendee.