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Beyond Requirements Dictator
Transcript of Beyond Requirements Dictator
How Agile Helped A Business Analyst Discover Her Real Value
Who Am I?
Mom of 2 boys
BA for 6+ years, 4 of them "agile"
by Diane Zajac-Woodie
Some challenges and opportunities
What stays the same
Benefits of crossing role boundaries
Your value is not in the tasks that you do!
Lack of Formal Training
A Good Coach
Lack of Information About "Agile" BA's
The Agile Community
Willing Team Members
"We don't need requirements - we're Agile!"
"Documentation is for losers."
"There's no planning in Agile."
"Yay! We don't need meetings anymore!"
"To be Agile, you must do x, y, z, etc..."
What Stays the Same
- Still need requirements!
- Still need meetings
- BA still the communication hub
- Still use Business Process Models
Add relevant notes here
- Less Formal Documentation
- When = Just in Time
- Executable Requirements
- Story Mapping
Team Members still siloed :(
Crossing Role Boundaries
small pieces of work
What Skills Are Even More Valuable
What skills are even more valuable
between business and IT
among the team
teaching provides greater learning
"The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place."
George Bernard Shaw
what is possible instead of what is planned
(stop starting & start finishing)
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A Large, Complex Business Process Model