Welcome to the Course: Writing Effective Requirements and User Stories In Scrum
Who will benefit from this course?
This course benefits those involved in the development of products or services and those who participate in the early stages when projects are initiated and their business and user requirements are defined.
Targeted students include Product Owners, Software Product Managers, Business Analysts, Developers, Stakeholders, intermediaries, managers, project managers, end-users, and customer service representatives...
- Your First Customer Meeting
- Types of users in the system
- Are you building a product your user needs?
- Human Limitations, Disabilities, and Design
- Involving Customers in Software Development
- Make Client Interactions More Valuable
- How to deal with vague requests from clients?
- What Is a Use Case and How To Write One?
- What Are Wireframes?
- What is a Storyboard?
- How to represent user needs?
- User Stories, Examples, and Template
- What makes a good user story?
- Avoid creating EPICs
- What is Acceptance Testing?
- What is a Product Backlog?
- Changing priorities in Scrum
- Introduction to Story Maps
- Criteria for User Stories
- Dealing with vague requirements (Ambiguous Requirements)
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How to write user requirements?
How to write User Stories in Scrum?
How to deal with Ambiguous Requirements?
What questions to ask your client and what questions to avoid?