Collaborating and Communicating Agile Requirements Dec 6th – 8th
Collaborating and Communicating Agile Requirements
Learn how to elicit effective requirements for your Agile projects with hands-on exercises in this course.
Project failures are often due to poor requirements gathering, analysis and planning. Traditional requirements documents may not contain complete and accurate requirements due to rapidly changing business environments. Agile requirements gathering, by moving detailed requirements closer to implementation, allows for rapid response to change. This user story training course will show you how to define and manage these requirements effectively as well as demonstrate alternative ways of documenting requirements and managing changes. These alternatives can allow for a less “heavy” process in projects that can benefit from quick changes in direction.
Who will Benefit?
This course is beneficial to all members on an Agile team, but will add the most value for those in a Product Owner role or are a part of the development team and have focus on grooming the product backlog.
This course is designed for:
- Business Analysts, Requirements Analysts or Business Systems Analysts
- Product Owners, Business customers, users or partners
- QA Professionals, Systems Testers or User Acceptance Testers
- Systems/Application Analysts, Architects, Designers or Developers
- Anyone that wants to enhance their understanding and ability to author and elaborate on user stories
- Learn how to adapt quickly and positively to rapidly changing business needs and priorities
- Learn how to collaborate on requirements for a project
- Align development to business needs to provide business value quickly
- Learn the benefits of using Agile methods to communicate requirements
- Understand the five levels of planning in Agile
- Use agile requirements as an effective basis for planning and testing
- Understand the characteristics of a well-written agile requirement
- Understand how to plan frequent releases so that customers can recognize benefit quickly
- Learn mapping techniques for identifying the stories of larger releases
- Minimize risks of ineffective solutions by obtaining frequent feedback
All are welcome to attend the course, regardless of experience.
What you’ll learn
Business Analyst activities in Agile
User Story Overview
Other types of backlog items
Non-functional (tech debt)
5 Levels of Planning
Product Backlog and Prioritization
Building a Comprehensive Release Plan and Backlog
Prep and Support of Sprints
Participants who cancel less than 6 business days before the start of class, or do not attend class without prior written notice will forfeit their tuition. If a participant requests to reschedule their class within 6 business days, their tuition will not be refundable and a $200 administrative fee is required to enroll in a new session. Participants are eligible for a tuition refund only when requested more than 6 business days before class starts.
Course Registration Information
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