User stories are a common tool used during agile development efforts. Learning to write effective user stories requires practice and a solid understanding of what makes a “good” user story. How do we create lean documentation while still providing enough detail to ensure that our team builds a valuable, effective solution?
This class approaches user stories from the perspective of developing and maintaining a healthy backlog. The six keys to success are to:
Agile analysis practitioners will further their understanding of approaches to organizing, prioritizing, valuing, splitting, and refining their user stories. This includes development of examples, models, and acceptance criteria to ensure a shared understanding of the story.
Concepts are reinforced throughout class in hands-on workshops. Participants can bring their initiative or epic to break down into user stories or use a provided case study.
This course is designed for product owners and management involved with agile teams who need a more in-depth understanding of the process and skill set useful for an agile team.
We recommend participants have attended our Agile Analysis Boot Camp course or have equivalent agile experience or training.