Agile Product Management Box Set

  • by Paul Vii
  • Narrated by Randal Schaffer
  • 2 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Agile product management just got easier.
Thank you and congratulations on taking this class, User Stories: How to Capture and Manage Requirements for Agile Product Management and Business Analysis with Scrum. In this class, you will be given proven methods to create, maintain, and manage your requirements using user stories as part of an agile scrum team. I know you will get value from this class as it gives you a full introduction to the concept of agile user stories for managing product requirements. I then walk you step by step through everything involved in managing requirements using user stories including writing, combining, and splitting complex user stories. Following this, I give you a complete overview of epics and themes and how they can be used to capture and group complex requirements in any team or business. Along the way, I give you plenty of examples and give you best practices for working with user stories within agile scrum. In this class, you will learn:


What user stories are and why they are so powerful for capturing requirements in complex projects
Feel confident in writing user stories for any project
Understand what a requirements spec is and why they are less flexible than a product backlog built with agile user stories
Explain what three Rs rule, acceptance criteria, the INVEST principle, the three Cs principle, and edge cases are and how they will make you a better user story writer or agile practitioner
Understand how and when to split and amalgamate stories
Learn techniques to help you to split user stories when working in the real world
Understand the difference between epics and themes and when each is used
Learn who is responsible for writing user stories in agile and scrum

So let's get started and let me teach you how to improve product backlog management.

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Tediously presents nothing new

The whole thing felt like a long reading of bullet points, definitions, and filler. For example, after reading 3 levels of subheadings in the User Story section the author says, "User stories are a topic unto themselves, but since they are a part of the Product Backlog, I'll explain how to write them." Just get to the point.
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- Nicholas

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-10-2017
  • Publisher: Pashun Consulting Ltd.