Every software development project starts with gathering
business requirements. How these requirements are
documented or expressed have a tremendous influence on the
rest of the project. Requirements are referred to as user stories
in the Agile environment. The concept of user stories originated
in the Agile world, but they are also extremely useful even if you
are not planning to use an Agile process. Defining business
requirements as user stories is one of the most widely
applicable Agile techniques.
In this workshop, we will look at how to identify and write
effective requirements through user stories. We will discuss
how user role modeling will help you in identifying contextual
During this hands-on workshop you will have the opportunity to
practice identifying user roles, eliciting and writing business
requirements (user stories) on a case study.
Some of the topics that will be presented include:
|Who Should Participate
Product owners, business analysts, testers, project managers,
product managers, scrumMasters and developers. No prior Agile
knowledge is required.
Basic knowledge of software engineering is required.
The format will consist of lectures to present requirements collection
concepts, followed by discussions, role-play and hands-on, real-world
case studies that will allow participants to implement the concepts they
were just introduced to. At the end of the workshop the participants will
have the knowledge to successfully apply the techniques they have learnt
in their organization.
What Participants Will Receive