Agile Requirements: Collaborating to Define and Confirm Needs
When: December 2-3, 2009
Where: MAX Technical Training, 4900 Parkway Dr, Suite 160, Mason, OH 45040
Instructor: Ellen Gottesdiener
Overview: In agile projects, requirements are the basis for delivering business value for customers. Requirements analysis is integral to delivering the right product at the right time, and on time. This intensive course builds skills in creating small, well-defined requirements to deliver value one iteration at a time. Through practice exercises, you’ll learn how to define and prune your product backlog items, collaborate to develop requirements, adapt your requirements practices, and clarify your business needs. You’ll gain an appreciation of both the content and the timing of requirements analysis in agile projects, and you’ll learn why it’s crucial to collaborate with the entire project community. You’ll leverage EBG’s Agile Business Analysis Roadmap to learn when, where, and how to draw on other analysis models to build your agile project. Emphasis is placed on calibrating the content, format, and timing of your requirements analysis so that you can prepare for and participate in iteration planning and daily requirements analysis as requirements are transformed into code and tests.
This course is endorsed by the IIBA™
Attendees will receive 14 CDU’s upon completion of the course.
Questions on this course? Please contact MAX Technical Training 513.322.8888