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How To Write Effective Requirements And User Stories In Scrum
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Dejan
Dejan

Learn the basics of conducting productive client meetings to define effective requirements, and successful user stories.

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Course Skill Level
Beginner
Time Estimate
2h 11m

Instructor

Dejan
Dejan

Hi everyone, my name is Dejan. I am a PSPO, PSM, Agile coach, digital entrepreneur, and trainer of trainers with more than 50 international certificates in different areas of IT. Based on my previous experience, I have created these Courses for beginners so I can help individuals and teams to get better results with what they are doing. There are no pre-requisites for these courses. Everyone can join. I explain everything from the ground up. I hope you are passionate as I am for Agile,


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About This Course

Who this course is for:

  • Product Owners
  • Software Product Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • Scrum Practitioners
  • Agile students
  • Product Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Business people

What you’ll learn: 

  • 10 tips for writing good user stories
  • How to write requirements in Scrum
  • The requirements for writing a user story
  • How to write a user story in Scrum
  • Writing effective user stories
  • User stories examples and template
  • How to write good user stories in Agile software development
  • Tips and tricks for writing user stories like a pro
  • How (and why) to write great user stories
  • How to write good requirements
  • How to write and apply successfully user stories in Scrum
  • How to deal with vague, ambiguous, and unclear requirements

Requirements: 

  • No prior knowledge is required to take this course

One of the primary reasons for project failure is having poor requirements. Ineffective requirements management often leads to unhappy customers, or scope creep, which in turn may cause project cost overrun or project delays.

Let’s see what we will cover in this course:

  • How to conduct productive client meetings.
  • Various ways of expressing requirements. These techniques will provide you with the tools you will need to confidently interact with your client as well as satisfy them with the “right product”.
  • The most popular means of expressing requirements in Agile and Scrum: User stories, Use cases, Wireframes, Storyboards.
  • How Acceptance Tests help to verify the user stories which they accompany.
  • How Story Maps are used to organize user stories so that you’re always putting your effort into the tasks which make the most impact.
  • The activity of Analyzing Requirements in greater detail. This type of activity creates clear and actionable requirements which result in high-quality software with fewer errors.
  • Techniques to deal with vague, ambiguous, and unclear requirements, with examples from my clients and my work.
  • I will introduce a running example. We are going to follow this example throughout the course so that you can see how requirement activities progress from beginning to end.

ALL FROM MY WORK AND MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE!!!

Upon completing this course, you will be prepared to advance your career as a confident Product Owner or software product management professional.

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Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned how to write and apply user stories in Scrum.

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Course Curriculum

Section 1 - Writing Effective Requirements And User Stories In Scrum
Introduction To Writing Effective Requirements And User Stories In Scrum 00:00:00
Your First Customer Meeting 00:00:00
Types Of Users In The System 00:00:00
Are You Building A Product Your User Needs? 00:00:00
Human Limitations, Disabilities, And Design 00:00:00
Involving Customers In Software Development 00:00:00
Make Client Interactions More Valuable 00:00:00
How To Deal With Vague Requests From Clients 00:00:00
What Is A Use Case And How To Write One 00:00:00
What Are Wireframes? 00:00:00
What Is A Storyboard? 00:00:00
How To Represent User Needs 00:00:00
Section 2 - The Complete Guide To User Stories
User Stories, Examples, And Template 00:00:00
What Makes A Good User Story? 00:00:00
Avoid Creating EPICs 00:00:00
What Is Acceptance Testing? 00:00:00
What Is A Product Backlog In Scrum? 00:00:00
Changing Priorities In Scrum 00:00:00
Introduction To Story Maps 00:00:00
Criteria For User Stories 00:00:00
Dealing With Vague Requirements – Part 1 00:00:00
Dealing With Vague Requirements – Part 2 00:00:00
Outro And Last Words 00:00:00