Many organizations are starting to reap rewards from adding agile methods to their development practices. One of the roles most impacted by switching to an agile approach is the business analyst. Requirements are captured and documented differently on agile projects using novel techniques such as backlogs and user stories and by making extensive use of agile requirements modeling practices. Additionally, requirements are first captured at a broad, abstract level, prioritized using a 3-step approach, and then explored more deeply in cycles according to their priority.
Participants in this interactive session will learn:
Business Analysts, Scrum Masters, Agile PMs, and Product Owners.
Participants should already have some familiarity with basic business analysis techniques and should have completed at least an introductory course on an agile framework such as Scrum, Disciplined Agile Delivery, etc.
Participants will receive a workbook with copies of all course notes, handouts, exercises, and solutions.