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Expertise / Academy / Agile expertise

Exploring Requirements

Creating a common understanding

1.5 days Remote
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Challenges

Preventing errors is a top priority in agile software development. The requirements form the basis of the software development process.

If there are

  • observation errors,
  • memory errors,
  • interpretation errors,
  • or ambiguity in the problem definition,

these can persist throughout the software development process. The later the errors are discovered, the higher the costs to eliminate them. The optimal state is to identify and eliminate the risks revealed before the implementation. Investing time in correction pays off since a common understanding of the requirements reduces the work time and costs during development and shortens the time to implementation.

Goal

The goal of this workshop is to reveal what kinds of errors can arise, what types of risks may therefore exist, and how individual agile events can be used to minimize these risks and errors.

Target group

  • Suitable for teams and individuals
  • Recommended: for all team members/roles in the agile software process

Content

Workshop structure:

1. What are requirements?

2. What states can requirements have and where do the risks lie?

3. Deep-dive into the risks/their cause

4. How is it possible to deploy agile tools and ceremonies to minimize the risks?

Jakob R. Jaworski

Our Trainer: Jakob R. Jaworski

Jakob R. Jaworski is an AOE Academy Trainer in the software development sector. He discovered his passion for software testing in 2013: At the time, he was studying business IT and assisting with test management on a software development project for an SAP application. Since then, he has focused intensively on all aspects of software testing and software development, and he can rely on many years’ experience in both traditional and agile projects. Together with some like-minded individuals, he organizes the Software Test User Group Rhein-Main.

Stefanie Kohlen

Our Trainer: Stefanie Kohlen

Stefanie Kohlen is a Product Owner at AOE. Having handled international press work for customers in the ITC sector for many years, she quickly discovered her passion for digital projects. In 2007, she shifted to the role of project manager for a Düsseldorf online agency, and she began grappling intensively with scrum and agile ways of working starting in 2014. Since then, she has worked as a certified Product Owner on various – also scaled – projects and her mission is to constantly improve how the team and customers are working.

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