Agility with Use Cases
How to keep requirements up to date without losing “just-enough” and “just-in-time” principles
Date: 16 November 2016, Amsterdam
The Masterclass will take place from 9.30 until 13.00.
Instructor: Dennis Geluk, DiVetro
Do you think that keeping your requirements up to date is not possible in an agile project? Creating requirements and corresponding backlog items can be quite challenging and even cause sleepless nights. This workshop will show you how to keep requirements up to date without losing your agility principles.
At the completion of the masterclass, participants will be able to:
- Understand that one size does not fit all when looking at the way we record our requirements
- Distinguish between use cases, use-case slices and user stories
- Author use-case narratives and manage detail within to be “just-in-time”
- Understand the new way to do use cases (Use-Case 2.0) and how it can help to do “just-enough”
Dennis is a senior information analyst and partner at DiVetro in the Netherlands. He has over 15 years of experience in IT, working across a broad spectrum of roles within various customers. Dennis is a certified Use-Case 2.0 coach and has played pivotal roles implementing UC2.0 practices and improving company requirements standards and guidelines within agile environments. Currently, he is working at Dutch Railways as an information analyst and coach in implementing the UC2.0 practice within a project that creates Apps for all outside staff of Dutch Railways.
- ½ day session @ EUR 195