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Agile methodology was created out of the need to find an efficient new process that could replace traditional methods of software development, like the waterfall method, which were inherently prone to many problems. Agile methods add flexibility to the development process, providing opportunities to assess and alter the direction of the project as it evolves.
An agile project starts with defining the requirements, and this is done through Agile User Stories. User stories articulate the functionality that is required by the user, and are expressed in writing, in simple and lucid terms. Once the requirements are clearly defined using this format, the rest of the project methodology can be systematically put in place.
User story workshops are held near the beginning of the project, with all team members participating and creating a product backlog that captures all the user perspectives and lays out all the functionality to be added till project completion. At each stage, user stories will absorb the changes that have been necessitated during the evolution of the project.
Our one day course in Agile User Stories Training will teach you the basics of this technique for expressing requirements as user stories, and will give you tips and guidelines for writing an effective user story. You will learn the basic components that stories must comprise of, and get tools that will help you to be clear and concise in your expression. Through an interactive user role modelling session and many examples from real life experience, participants can understand how to narrow down requirements and write better user stories.