Monthly Archives: October 2012

The context behind user stories

How do you go about generating the requirements on your agile project? Does your Business Analyst go around interviewing each of the business stakeholders? Do you hold one or more workshops where stories are written in a group? If you … Continue reading

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Coaching – quality through business involvement

I was once asked to help a small team adopt agile practices and improve the way they worked. I was glad to help but needed a place to start. What, I wondered, did the team need help with. At a … Continue reading

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Coaching – the difference between stories and tasks

My first foray into operating as an Atern coach has been more enlightening and challenging than I had imagined. A while ago, I started working with a team implementing changes to comply with two separate pieces of legislation. Typically, the … Continue reading

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