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Business Analysis for Agile Projects

February 01, 2020
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
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St Mary University
4500 College Blvd - Suite 100 - Room 110
Overland Park, KS 66211
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Event Description:

Course Overview

No matter what your chosen System Development Life Cycle, discovering the correct product requirements, remains the most difficult activity. The course provides an approach to identify, develop and document requirements for Agile Scrum projects

Course Objectives to maximize the Value of your Portfolio include analysis of:  

  • Visioning: Identifying the Product Vision in context of the current and future environments
    • Learning Objective 1: Create the Product Vision
      • Elevator Pitch
      • Product Box
      • Charter
    • Product Roadmap: Identifying Product Themes/Capabilities
      • Learning Objective 2: Creating the Product Roadmap
        • Identify Themes/Capabilities
        • Extract Epics/Features
      • Release Planning: Creating Release Plan and Story Mapping
        • Learning Objective 3: Understanding how to Plan the Release
          • Conducting a Story Writing Workshop
            • Decomposing Epics/Features/User Stories
          • Story Mapping for Release Planning
          • Building the Product Backlog
        • Backlog Grooming: Story Review A – Meeting the Definition of Ready and Story Review B – Sprint Planning
          • Learning Objective 4: Identifying steps to include in Definition of Ready and ensuring Stories are ready for Sprint Planning.
        • Tracing Requirements: Tracing User Stories Back to Features and Capabilities
          • Learning Objective 5: How to perform backwards and forward traceability, connecting Capabilities, Features, Stories, and Tasks.

Audience:

Product Owners, Scrum Masters and Business Analyst are directly responsible for business analysis, this class would provide clarity to developing and managing business requirements.  But all Agile team members should be Generalizing Specialist, therefore other roles will benefit from this class

Presenter:
Cheryl Randle, PMP, ACP, PBA was President for KCPMI in 2016, 2017 and 2019.  She currently works with ASPE to deliver training and consulting to companies and individuals throughout the United States in Agile, Business Analysis, Project Management and System Development Life Cycle and Requirements Collaboration. She has worked with some of the largest corporations in the world, including IBM, Anheuser Busch, Arthur Andersen, Ralston Purina, and Hallmark. Her expertise includes responding to business challenges while steering the execution of customer-centric, operationally sound programs. She has been a presenter at several conferences including the Conference Board’s CIO’s Council of Canada. Cheryl’s approach to performance management has been spotlighted by technology periodicals such as Ziff-Davis, [email protected], Baseline Magazine and the cover story in BIReview, “A Handle on IT – Portfolio Management at Hallmark”.

Earn 8 PDUs (8 technical)

 

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Tickets

$225.00 Non-Member KC PMI Chapter
$199.00 Earlybird rate before January 10

$199.00 KC- PMI Member Fee
$175.00 Earlybird rate before January 10