Join Lynn Winterboer and learn how to write user stories for a DW/BI project, and discover how these user stories contribute to several key Agile principles.
Agile is all the rage in software development, and many DW/BI professionals are interested in leveraging Agile approaches to change the way they deliver value to their organizations.
One of the first things we learn about in a book or course on Agile is replacing "requirements" with "user stories", yet the examples provided are usually not relevant to the data world. This can leave us somewhat skeptical about whether this approach to requirements would work for DW/BI projects. In this webinar, Cutter Senior Consultant Lynn Winterboer will show you how to write user stories for a DW/BI project, and she will explain how these user stories contribute to several key Agile principles:
- Satisfy customers through early and continuous delivery
- Working BI features are our primary measure of progress
- Business people and the delivery team work together regularly
This webinar addresses:
- What is a "user story"?
- What does a well-written DW/BI user story look like?
- How to write user stories that are architecturally complete
- How to identify an "epic" and slice it into achievable, valuable user stories based on:
- customer value
- data boundaries
- simplification, and
- other techniques
- Ideas for slicing points in all layers of the DW/BI architecture
Agile DOES work for Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence projects! Spend 45 minutes learning about this important aspect of an agile approach to DW/BI from Agile Analytics trainer and coach Lynn Winterboer, so you can determine if your team is ready to start writing user stories or is ready to take your practice to the next level.