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Lean / Agile Business Analysis: PLAN and PREPARE Effective User Story Conversations

Things to Consider for Your Next Meeting or Workshop – from Picking the Right People to Deciding on the Right Conversation Type


Author: Tom and Angela Hathaway
Video Duration: 9.40 minutes

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User Story Workshop, Backlog Grooming Session, Collaboration Meetings, Requirements Discovery Workshop, Three Amigo Conversations, Replenishment Meeting, Sprint 0, Requirements Meeting, Level 0 Workshop, Strategy Meeting, Requirements Workshop . . .

What do all of them have in common? They require excellent communication skills to deliver results. To facilitate successful conversations of any kind, you need to plan and prepare them. This video will show you how.

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In lean and agile software development methods, User Stories are placeholders for a conversation. User Story Conversations are a means of communication, a tool to promote and facilitate conversations that take place or should take place around User Stories. Conversations come in many flavors but each requires careful preparation and planning to be successful.

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Written for the aspiring Business Analyst and anyone tasked with defining the business needs, requirements, or user stories for a future IT solution.

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