Learning Objectives : Too large user stories are a major contributor to Scrum teams not meeting their sprint goals. Through discussion and group activities we’ll discover how smaller user stories can improve team performance as well as help us deliver more value to the customer.
This presentation will begin with a discussion of the benefits of small user stories to both the team and to the customer, and review various techniques for splitting any user story. We’ll conclude with a group exercise where we will create micro stories for building a small application.
PDUs: c003 | 20170216
Michael Wallace has more than 30 years of experience as a software developer, business analyst, project manager, technical and business consultant. He has managed software development teams in both small and large organizations.
Michael started using agile in 1998 when he stepped out of day-to-day software development and needed a process to help his team deliver projects successfully. He is a ScrumMaster/Coach at Cardinal Solutions and has taught in the graduate programs at OSU and DeVry University Keller Graduate School of Management. Michael has published several articles and books on business and technology topics.
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