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  • Dipesh Pala
    Dipesh Pala
    schedule 3 years ago
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    90 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    Breaking up User Stories can sometimes be as painful as a relationship break up - but it does not have to be like that!

    Our experience has shown us that the key to getting full benefit from introducing Agile is in how the project work is broken up. When it gets difficult to see how to write small enough user stories, teams often resort to technical story cards. While this can give the team visibility of the work that is being done, the business is not seeing potentially implementable product, or early delivery of business value.

    This talk will dig a lot deeper to expose the real reasons for splitting up user stories and not just talk about doing it as a good practice - we must BE Agile not just DO Agile!

    Using real-world examples, this talk will also offer a set of guidelines and some unconventional ways for breaking up larger chunks of work into valuable user stories that can help Agile teams become more successful.

  • Liked Ankush Sabharwal
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    Step-by-Step Process for Release Planning and Release Level Retrospectives

    Ankush Sabharwal
    Ankush Sabharwal
    schedule 3 years ago
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    45 mins
    Tutorial
    Intermediate

    In the session two processes will be explained viz. Release Planning and the Release Level Retro. Step by Step approach will be discussed so that the same can be readily used in your Agile Projects.

    I have created these approaches of conducting effective Release Planning and Release Retrospectives in Agile projects. I have used these processes in various successful Agile projects.

     

    Note: Please refer to the Links section below to see the steps invoved in both of these processes.