WEDNESDAY April 29 2009, 630PM to 830P
ELLEN GOTTESDIENER on AGILE REQUIREMENTS
Ellen Gottesdiener is an internationally recognized trainer, facilitator, speaker, and expert on collaborative requirements development. Ellen’s company provides high-value training, facilitation, and consulting services to agile and traditional teams. An agile coach and trainer with a passion for agile requirements, Ellen works with large, complex products and helps teams elicit just enough requirements to achieve iteration and product goals.
Presentation: ELLEN GOTTESDIENER on AGILE REQUIREMENTS
Agile Requirements: Not anOxymoron
Misconceptions abound about how (and even whether) team members on agile projects develop requirements. Traditional approaches for developing requirements seem to contradict how agile teams work. In practice, agile projects use requirements as the basis for planning, developing, and delivering business value. Learn how requirements analysis works on agile teams, how requirements are woven into planning cycles, and traditional requirements practices that agile teams sometimes adapt.
Ellen’s book “ Requirements by Collaboration describes how to use multiple models to elicit requirements in collaborative workshops.
Her second book, The Software Requirements Memory Jogger, is the “go-to” industry guide for requirements good practices.
In addition to providing training and consulting services and coaching agile teams, Ellen speaks at and advises for industry conferences, writes articles, and serves on the Expert Review Board of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) Business Analysis Body of Knowledge™ (BABOK™)
Reach Ellen at:
ellen [at] ebgconsulting [dot] com
04-29-2009 MEETING AGENDA:
6:30 PM: AGILE ORIENTATION: Scrum101 (for folks new to Scrum & Agile)
7:00 PM: Food (disclaimer: “pizza”) ; and networking time
7:15 PM: MAIN EVENT: Ellen
8:25 PM: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION OF MEETING
NOTE: Please don’t register casually for this meeting, as you do us a big disservice to us by distorting the actual count for the seating and food. Registration is an explicit commitment to attend.