RFG-AGL-19 - Agile Requirements - Writing User Stories Workshop

Writing User Stories Workshop will demonstrate how to manage, write, and communicate requirements in an Agile Environment. Participants learn to collaborate and identify business needs and communicate those needs through User Stories. Group activities will be performed to apply the learned knowledge in real time with the ability to use their own project.

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Detailed Class Syllabus

Module 1 - Overview of Agile and understand common terms for Agile Teams


Module 2 - Determine Business Analysis Activities in Agile

Determine Business Analysis Activities in Agile

Module 3 - Understand how to Identify and Define User Personas

What is a User Persona?
Examples of a User Persona
Where do they fit in the RoadMap/Journey Map?

Module 4 - Write User Stories

What is a User Story?
Who should write them?
When should they be written?
How do I split User Stories into smaller User Stories?
Best practices

Module 5 - Understand Product Backlog Items

Solution Requirements
Technical Debt

Module 6 - Understand Epics, Features, and Tasks

Understanding your Product’s Vision
Understanding Epics
Understanding Features
Understanding Tasks

Module 7 - Apply User Story Analysis

How to Add Detail to a User Story
How to Split a User Story
Backlog Management and Prioritization
Sprint Planning, Review and Retrospective

Module 8 – Course Review

Course Review