Backlog Confessions - Technical User Stories
These are my confessions…of the backlog. What dirty little secrets are your team's backlog keeping? Is it abusing or not using spikes appropriately, retroactively updating story point estimates, rolling over stories from sprint to sprint, or even writing user stories where systems are the users? In this talk, we'll first give a quick overview of common backlog confessions, then we will focus on the technical user story confession. In Agile, we want all of our requirements to be about the user (As a
Candase Hokanson is a Senior Product Manager at Seilevel and a PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner who trains and Coaches, Product Owners, Scrum Masters, and business analysts on Agile approaches as well as championing products in those roles for clients. She works with teams to unite every team member around the common end goal of delivered business value to save up to millions of dollars in development costs for features that won't be used or that don't contribute to the anticipated business value. She also works with clients to help scale their Agile practices beyond one team or one pilot to the entire organization.
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