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5 Rules for Writing Effective User Stories (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Thomas Hathaway , Angela Hathaway
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User Stories are a great method for expressing stakeholder requirements, whether your projects follow an Agile, Iterative, or a Waterfall methodology. They are the basis for developers to deliver a suitable information technology (IT) app or application. Well-structured user stories express a single action to achieve a specific goal from the perspective of a single role. When writing user stories, stakeholders knowledgeable about the role should focus on the business result that the IT solution will enable while leaving technology decisions up to the developers. Good user stories are relevant to the project, unambiguous, and understandable to knowledge peers. The best user stories also contain crucial non-functional (quality) requirements, which are the best weapon in the war against unsatisfactory performance in IT solutions.
This eBook presents two common user story structures to help you ensure that your user stories have all the required components and that they express the true business need as succinctly as possible. It offers five simple rules to ensure that your user stories are the best that they can be. That, in turn, will reduce the amount of time needed in user story elaboration and discussion with the development team.
This eBook targets business professionals who are involved with an IT project, Product Owners in charge of managing a backlog, or Business Analysts working with an Agile team.
Angela and Tom Hathaway are the founders of BA-EXPERTS, a training and consulting company for "anyone wearing the BA hat (TM). They have authored numerous training courses and publications. Tom and Angela have facilitated hundreds of requirements discovery sessions under a variety of acronyms (JAD, ASAP, JADr, JRP, etc.). Working as a team, they strive to expand the base of skilled business analysis practitioners and business professionals around the world by sharing their experience and expertise in training seminars, blogs, books, videos, and public presentations.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Concise, pragmatic, useful 1. September 2014
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This small ebook presents the "best of" Business Analysis for User Stories. If you think User Stories carefully elaborated by the author before the discussion could save the team some time, this book is for you. The authors did an excellent job in boiling their advice down to the essence for the hurried reader, with many pointers to further reading in each chapter for those who want to dive in deeper. The real-life examples are simple yet meaningful enough to illustrate the difference between a first draft and an effective User Story. 5 rules anyone writing User Stories can start applying tomorrow.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
3.0 von 5 Sternen Okay for the price 4. Mai 2014
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You can probably find all of this information with a Google search, but for $2.99, it is all right there, so I took a chance. I would give it 4 stars if the section on non-functional requirements was better. The information is not a revelation, but it's easy to read and probably good for a new Agile user story writer.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good expansion on the concept of User Stories 3. Februar 2014
Von Joshua E Lynch - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I am in the process of developing my skills in writing user stories for project management purposes. I found this book to provide a good amount of information related to the purpose of User Stories, and how to think about approaching User Stories. I adopted many of the concepts introduced in this book into my work flow almost immediately.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Four Stars 15. Juli 2014
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Good book. Easy to follow.
5.0 von 5 Sternen marvelous 25. Mai 2014
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Must to read before PO backlog grooming meeting
It will be practically useful to deliver right user story to team
5.0 von 5 Sternen Practical Guide 23. April 2014
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Fantastic! This book shows us simple and practical guidance for writing User stories.
I'd like to recommend this book to the engineer who carried a waterfall project.
It's the best way to communicate with your users or customers when you're defining system requirements.
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