Requirements for Hybrid Agile Teams

Uncovering Excellent Requirements

Learn a requirements approach based on consumer value that works for both agile and sequential teams in hybrid scenarios. Enable incremental work by uncovering the high-level requirements that will guide the emerging low-level requirements details.

Software Requirements Hybrid Agile Learning Program

Great hybrid agile teams master these skills

You’ll learn them all in Uncovering Excellent Requirements and why they’re important. In our other Learning Programs, you can learn the core skills hybrid agile teams need to create stable requirements and you can do a deeper dive on user stories, models, packaging strategies, and prioritization.

Create a product vision

To give teams across the hybrid environment a focused goal and to help them coordinate their efforts.

Gather requirements based on decisions

To allow precise grouping of requirements and clearer roles for requirements creation.

Use context diagraming

To allow the hybrid organization to clarify the agile boundary and requirements scope.

Perform stakeholder analysis

To identify and categorize stakeholders in the organization, helping the agile team know where to put their trust and time in gathering requirements.

Conduct interviews

To help stakeholders describe their requirements, which helps prevent rework late in the development effort.

Use a persona

To help development teams that can’t regularly interact with actual consumers make low-level decisions that align with the consumers.

Topics at a glance

Before your program starts

Take an assessment related to requirements in hybrid agile environments
Send some existing requirement examples to your mentor
Meet with your mentor to discuss the assessment and your current hybrid agile requirements

Gathering requirements

Overview of a gathering strategy using a decision framework
Decision scope, increments, and timing with hybrid considerations
Using user stories, use case, and other practices in the framework
Name the intended use
Create a product vision
Build a context diagram
Naming the actors and environments
Name value interactions: BERI
Initiating user stories and use cases

Getting the context

Finding stakeholders and their relationships
Build a stakeholder interaction plan
Using personas to capture consumer classes
Understanding interviews
Planning your questions
Holding an interview
Frequently forgotten tips
Using benchmarks and task analysis

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