Learn why user stories are so effective and how to write them.
- We've talked about themes and features…as groupings of work.…These are really useful constructs…to help us get organized but they're still too big…for a team to work on and deliver value in small timeframes.…The people we're developing for are customers or users.…Each interaction they have with our product is a use case…that tells the team a story about how they're going to use…our product.…We call these user stories and this is the level…of detail we need to know what to deliver.…
The user story then is the tactical level of work…that can be delivered quickly.…At the same time, they're not so small…that they deliver no value.…Anyone on the team can write user stories…but it's usually the PO.…As the stakeholder and representative for the customer…it's their duty to ensure everything in the backlog…adds value for the customer so they usually write…the user stories.…When writing user stories, it's best to use Bill Wake's…invest acronym as a guide.…
First, good user stories are independent.…It can be delivered separately from other stories…
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- Understanding the scrum approach to project success
- Solving project problems with scrum
- Establishing your scrum team
- Setting the vision for your project
- Writing user stories
- Setting boundaries for success
- Getting stories done in scrum
- Assessing the team