If You Build It, Will They Use It?
Using Business Objectives to Build the Right Thing
Business Objectives are the measurable results a business desires to achieve when executing a project. They can be used to help prioritize the product backlog, and to ensure that everything developed in the project contributes to the desired measurable business value.
In this discussion, we will discuss how to develop good business objectives. Once the business objectives have been defined, how to use them to define epics for the start of the product backlog. Finally, how you can use business objectives to help prioritize the epics and user stories in the product backlog.
1. Understand how Business Objectives are vital to businesses
2. Understand how to elicit and write good Business Objectives
3. Understand how to use Business Objectives to assess the validity and need for product features and prioritize your product backlog.
Speaker: Betsy Stockdale
Betsy Stockdale is a Business Architect at Seilevel. She is responsible for leading projects to develop requirements following Seilevel’s Requirements Modeling Language (RML). Betsy’s experience includes developing requirements for a wide variety of systems. She provides training for numerous organizations, and presents at numerous events such as IIBA and PMI chapter meetings and professional development days, as well as Product Camp Austin.
Chef's Plate: Chicken Tacos - Grilled chicken, lettuce, tomato and cheese in shell served with beans and rice
Vegetarian: Grilled marinated Tofu, lettuce, tomato and cheese in shell served with rice and beans
Both are served with tri-color tortilla chips and pico de gallo salsa, fresh brewed coffee, decaffeinated coffee, hot herbal tea and ice tea
Dessert: DoubleTree Cookie or Fruit
Refund Policy: There are no refunds for this event
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IIBA Orange County Chapter
The Orange County chapter of the IIBA is committed to advancing the profession of Business and Systems Analysis throughout Orange County. We provide monthly networking meetings, training, job opportunities and connections to other professional organizations in the industry. We are the "Go To" resource for Business/Systems Analysis in Orange County. We invite you to come check us out at our monthly meetings. We meet every fourth Tuesday of each month. We look forward to meeting you!