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Craig Brown
Craig Brown

Scrum in 5 minutes

This 5 minute video explains the basics of the scrum process. Scrum is one of, if not THE most, popular agile method.

This process raises a few questions:

  • As a BA are you more suited to the role of scrum master, product owner or team member?
  • How do you change the way you manage requirements when you are targetting small increments of product rather than large ones?
  • How do you integrate the requirements elicitation and analysis work with the development process?
  • How do you have to change the way you analyse requirements to work with a product backlog?
This entry was published on Feb 26, 2009 / Craig Brown. Posted in Agile Methods. Bookmark the Permalink or E-mail it to a friend.
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Milena posted on Wednesday, March 25, 2009 4:11 PM
Craig, I found very interesting this video, I am a BA and use Scrum.

I have wrote an article in my blog abaut the rol the BA in agile software development and which are the things that any BA must improve to work on an agile enviroment.

I invite you (and your readers too) to read this at
http://agileculture.net/mmastrasso/2009/03/05/the-business-analyst-role-at-agile-software-development/



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