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Problems with User Stories and how to improve them – part 1

Introduction

In a recent Requirements Doctor Blog post, a contributor wrote “We do many short sprints in my project and do not need to spend useless time in the beginning on writing requirements that no one reads anyway”. 895 more words

Model Requirement - Good User Story

In the previous post, we are already familiar with User Story – what it is, how it is created, and so on. However, it’s still a very long way until a good User Story is reached. 612 more words

Business Analysis

So, what's the point?

Another blog post – another question. But this one might suggest that I’m losing my love of data visualisation. Losing the momentum that drives me to produce lots of work.  2,014 more words

Model Requirement - User Stories

To recall from the previous post Model Requirement – Use Case, while Use Case is typically used in Waterfall project with predictive requirement approach, User Story normally exists in Agile projects with adaptive requirement approach. 835 more words

Business Analysis

How To Document ERP / COTS Requirements - Tell Stories

Requirements for ERP / COTS projects are documented in all shapes and sizes. There is no standard method. It is left on consultants, Business Analysts, Business Users (Subject Matter Expert) discretion. 563 more words

ERP Advice

Use case and User stories

​A User story in a short is a language spoken by a customer. He dreams of a user friendly platform with a great vision, but unable to Check-validate the possibilities of creating one. 178 more words

BusinessAnalyst

Splitting user stories (book notes)

This post contains notes from Chapter 12 of Agile Estimating and Planning by Mike Cohn.

The book contains a number of recommendations, including both patterns and anti-patterns for how to split large user stories. 511 more words

Agile