User Story Writing Workshop

PT15047
Summary
This two day course is a hands-on workshop intended to teach students how to create and manage User Stories. Hands-on exercises are used throughout the course to reinforce the lecture material. The course begins with a discussion on gathering User Stories. Various approaches to determining the real requirements for an application are discussed. The section also includes a discussion on techniques and criteria for evaluating User Stories. In Agile, a story must be small enough to be completed within a single sprint. This frequently requires decomposing a feature or a story into smaller stories. Techniques for doing this are discussed in the second part of the course. The third part of the course discusses developing acceptance criteria and acceptance tests for each story. This section concludes with a discussion on User Stories mapping. The course concludes with a case study, in which students develop stories, decompose them into manageable sizes, and create acceptance criteria and tests for the stories.
Prerequisites
Prior to taking this course, the following two courses are recommended: • Scrum Fundamentals • Advanced Product Owner
Duration
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is intended for those who have a role in determining the requirements for an application. It is intended for Business Analysts, Product Owners, Product Managers, Project Managers and other project stakeholders
Topics
Getting Started
  • Planning and Estimating
  • Frequently Discussed Topics
  • Case Study
  • User Story Mapping

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