Adept Agile Requirements – Plan Faster, Better & Easier
For a philosophy built upon the idea of rapid adaptation, the rigid way in which requirements are managed in many agile projects is a poor fit. For instance, strict requirement trees linked tightly to organizational hierarchies can be damaging to local ownership, speed, and quality of decision-making. Potentially useful ideas like user stories and Gherkin can be misapplied to ill effect. A narrow focus on writing out requirements can miss opportunities for more effective communication through visualization. This workshop will review a host of simple but lesser-known techniques for addressing these antipatterns and more, taking your ability to manage requirements quickly and effectively to the next level. The approaches presented are a culmination of over 20 years of experience working with hundreds of clients and thousands of students in the practicing agile community.