Duration: 1 Day
„Around the hype using agile methods and frameworks many misunderstandings can be seen – especially when trying to introduce Agile in organizations avoiding changes.”
Many of the common used agile frameworks (Scrum, etc.) provide a framework for „what to do“, but do not specify in detail how to do developments.
The methods of RE can enhance these frameworks with well-proven and applicable practices.
The focus of this seminar is, to show how methods, processes and techniques of RE can be introduced and used in agile frameworks successfully.
In this training you will learn,
How the methods, techniques and practices of Requirements Engineering – as defined in the concepts of IREB CPRE – can support the principles of the Agile Manifesto and the values and pillars of SCRUM.
The training imparts knowledge and competences how methods, practices and techniques of RE based on IREB CPRE can be put into practice in Agile projects. (IREB Syllabus RE@Agile Primer)
Compact Foundation knowledge of “Agile Requirements Engineering”:
Presentations supported by case studies and practical exercises and discussions based on examples. (RedmineUP, Jira, Confluence, Visual Studio, Sparx EA, microTOOL oRPM, Visual Paradigm).
Experience in software development and knowledge about the own business processes and development / delivery processes.