A One-Day Workshop
As Agile development teams become faster, more and more pressure is placed on the people providing product requirements. What is needed are modern techniques for quickly understanding and producing requirements that developers can work with at Agile speeds.
This experiential workshop is designed for Product Managers and Developers who want to learn requirements handling techniques that are ideally suited to incremental and iterative development.
What you will learn
- User Personas
- User Story Crafting
- Acceptance Criteria
- Story Mapping
- Paper Prototyping
- Agile Release Planning
Who should learn this stuff
This workshop is ideal for agile product owners, product managers, business analysts, and anyone who wants to understand how to gather and manage requirements for an agile development team. Developers are encouraged to participate! PMI members can earn 7 PDUs.
Learn by doing
You don't want to spend a day sitting back listening to someone talk at you, and we wouldn't want to run a class that way. You will spend the day writing stories, creating personas, and creating release plans with your fellow participants.
A copy of Chris' book "Elements of Scrum" is included.
Testimonials from students who have taken this workshop:
This workshop demonstrates the value of the practices. They presented the concepts in an extremely engaging fashion. These practices will help my team today.
An interesting and fun way to learn a set of valuable new skills. The day passed quickly and I gained new perspectives.
The unique instructional methods and agile approach to subject selection made for a very effective day.
An agile, experiential workshop about agile–extraordinary!”