Agile Requirements Workshop
Thursday, 15 August 2013 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (MDT)
The process wars are over. Agile won.
So why do individuals still waste so much time and effort creating upfront requirements and documentation? Perhaps it reduces risk, leads to a better design, produces higher quality software, or generates more accurate estimates. For complicated work, these might be true statements. For complex work, such as software development, these are all myths. Upfront requirements and documentation are waste.
Join Professional Scrum Trainer Richard Hundhausen as he explains why this is true while introducing techniques to break down the wall between the "requirements giver" and the "requirements developer". This free workshop will present ways to deliver business value in the form of working software while reducing risk and waste.
Specifically, we will cover these topics:
* Agile requirements
* User stores
* Gathering requirements
* Estimation techniques
* Ordering a Product Backlog
* Iterative and incremental thinking
Be sure to attend and see if your current or next project might benefit from leveraging any of the principles or practices discussed in this workshop. Contact Richard with any questions.
Here's a photo from last year's 1/2 day Scrum Fundamentals workshop:
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