IIBA - Prioritizing and Managing Requirements in an Agile World

  • 17 Jun 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Center City Philadelphia at Suburban Station
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Prioritizing and Managing Requirements in an Agile World

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How does an agile team go from initial concept to the tasks to be accomplished in a specific iteration? How do agile teams determine which features are most critical and which go into which iteration?  What does requirements management mean for an agile project? During this seminar we will discuss these questions to provide proven methods on how to avoid the waste and delay that can result from incorrect prioritization, inappropriate techniques and inappropriate documentation.

  • Understand  the elements of feature prioritization
  • Understand how to effectively define the content of an iteration
  • Understand the “correct” level of documentation needed by the customer and the development team
  • Be aware of the common requirements modeling tools used by agile teams 

Presented by: John Atkins, Senior Principal, Development Solutions Practice, Business Planning and Execution at Experis

Wednesday June 17, from 5:30-8:30

An optional Museum Tour is planned for the afternoon, starting at 1:00 pm.  A separate invitation is being sent.  Or refer to the chapter website at Philadelphia.iiba.org.

The location is: 1600 JFK Boulevard, Suite 610
Philadelphia, PA 19103 USA

The location is right above Suburban station, convenient to most people taking the train, and to those who work in the city.  If you need assistance, call Mary Ellen Glenn at 215-407-8758 or Matthew Reitter at 908-303-5352.

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