Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video Collecting requirements, part of Agile Project Management.
…Agile projects expect and are designed to accommodate change.…Being able to identify and document…requirements throughout an agile project based…on current business need is a key ingredient to any agile project.…During the speculate phase, we discussed the…use of index cards to document features.…Now we'll discuss approaches and techniques…to document the features and requirements.…A great technique is to have a business analyst work…ahead of the agile development team by one or two sprints.…
As a sprint is being worked by the…core team, the business analyst should be looking ahead…to ensure the set of features for the…next sprint have been clearly defined with the business.…In addition, if business needs have changed, the business analyst…can work to define new features that are desired or…identify existing features in the back log that are no longer necessary.…There are several techniques to identify requirements.…A common technique is to utilize use cases.…Use cases capture a diagram or picture to show the relationship between…
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- What is agile project management?
- Selecting an agile project
- Scoping the project
- Designing your sprint structure
- Collecting requirements
- Running stand-up meetings
- Managing issues and risks
- Tracking lessons learned
- Responding to change requests
- Closing the project
- Spotting signs of trouble