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Kata 4

Page history last edited by Ilan Kirschenbaum 6 years, 8 months ago

Alain is an IT person who is very enthusiastic about Agility; He decided to make every project Agile.

Its development teams are also on board and motivated to do Scrum. They have good previous experience in Agile. To implement the project the identified PO is Mireille. She is a Business Analyst in the organization's Business Analysis team (independent from IT). It has been said that Agile must provide specifications as simple user stories. It suits Alain, a priori, but in fact it is not very clear: what does "simpleā€œ mean? Mireille has other responsibilities outside of her role as PO. She does not understand how to have visibility on the scope of the application to develop and can not give priorities without prior notice from business managers; Suddenly everything is a priority.

The development team believes that User Stories are not written well enough, and Mireille is frustrated because what is shown at the demo only partly works; the development team accuses her back that the acceptance test are not provided, user stories are unclear and puts the sprints at risk...

 

Comments (1)

dpreuss said

at 11:51 am on Jun 2, 2013

"She is a Business Analyst in the organization MOA"
MOA?

What role does the coach have here?

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