Learn techniques for developing requirements on Agile projects, including the Agile Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), story mapping to define project scope, writing user stories, sizing stories (agile estimation), and more.
About Agile Requirements
Duration: 3h 20m
Resources: Course Workbook, Quizzes
Agile development shifts traditional requirements work to a “just in time” approach. How does this affect good requirements practices? This class explains Agile approaches to traditional requirements sources including MRDs, PRDs, feature lists, and user scenarios.
It dives into techniques for developing requirements on Agile projects, including the Agile Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), using story mapping to define the scope of the project, writing user stories, sizing stories (agile estimation), and developing acceptance criteria for user stories.
Through this online Scrum course, you will
- Gain a deep understanding of Scrum processes and roles and how they apply to software development
- Learn how to staff your Scrum team, plan your release, launch your project, and guide your project to a successful conclusion
- Learn specific techniques for handling common issues that hinder or derail many Scrum implementations
- Learn best practices that increase team productivity, resulting in lower project cost and reduced time to market
- Have the knowledge required to become certified in Scrum
This course is for Scrum Masters, Product Owners, business analysts, requirements analysts, technical product managers, technical program managers, test leads, and anyone else who provides input to software developers.
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