The word Retrospective, as you know, means “looking back on or dealing with past events or situations.” Or “a generally comprehensive exhibition, compilation, or performance of the work of an artist over a span of years.”
Author: Bill Phillips
Techniques: Relative Estimation
There are several ways to perform estimation. But it comes down to a combination of order of magnitude, resources and time, and team-based estimations.
There are times where you just don’t know if a proposed solution will work or not. Or you need to do some research. Or you need to compare different options to see which performs best against the need, or within your environment. And honestly, the only way to find out is to try some things.
Techniques: Story Decomposition
ory Decomposition is one of 3 related techniques which can be confused if we are not careful. The other two are Story Elaboration and Backlog Refinement.
Techniques: Backlog Refinement
There is a distinction between Backlog Decomposition, Backlog Refinement and Story Elaboration. Although many lump all three together, it is important to understand the distinct purposes of each.
In Reviews is where we inspect the newly developed product and get feedback about how it aligns with the need.
or showing how interactions occur. It is outlines scenarios, tasks, stories or other requirement formats in a way that captures intended interactions.
Techniques: Story Elaboration
Story Elaboration is related closely to Story Decomposition and Backlog Refinement. It is typically done by the Development team when a backlog item is taken into an iteration to be worked. Here the team defines what steps need to be done to bring each item to completion. Elements Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide – … Continue reading Techniques: Story Elaboration
The Purpose of a Heart Attack
The purpose of a heart attack is to put me in a place I needed to be. As hard as heart attacks are, I'm glad I had mine when I did.
Techniques: Job Stories
So, you've heard of User Stories. They represent requirements from the perspective of a User. But that's not the only kind of requirement there is. The distinction between a Job Story and a User Story is the perspective from which the story is told. Primarily, Job Stories focuses on the situation or scenario in which … Continue reading Techniques: Job Stories
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