Stop Writing User Stories and Start Doing Analysis
Type: Symposium Track Session
Tuesday October 31 11:15am to 12:15pm Credits: 1 PMI PDU - Technical, 1 IIBA CDU
Do software developers laugh at your User Stories? Are there holes in your plot big enough to drive a waterfall project through?
Many organizations struggle to get Agile right, and skipping analysis and jumping into a user story list is where things go wrong. Join Cole Cioran to learn a disciplined approach to do just enough analysis to get your Agile analysis right every time.
Answer 7 questions that will ensure you get your user stories right
Understand what is wrong with most user stories.
Learn how analysis will create better user stories
Cole Cioran Senior Director – Research – Application Development and Portfolio Management, Info-Tech Research Group Cole Cioran leads the Application Development and Portfolio Management practice at Info-Tech Research Group. Over the past twenty-five years, he has developed software; designed data, infrastructure, and software solutions; defined systems and enterprise architectures; delivered enterprise-wide programs; and managed software development, infrastructure, and business systems analysis practices.
Cole has worked in the mobile, ERP, and financial services sectors. Prior to joining Info-Tech Cole was a Client Services Director at Blueprint Software Systems where he delivered enterprise software, practice development, and change management programs to over 50,000 people at over a dozen Fortune 50 companies. Prior to that Cole managed the Software Development, Infrastructure, and Systems Analysis practices at Mackenzie Investments where he increased productivity by 30%, on time delivery by 100%, and employee engagement by 25%