Is user story mapping nothing more than good old business process analysis? Yes and no, says Dr. Andrea Herrmann and explains the differences.
About Dr. Andrea Herrmann
Dr Andrea Herrmann is a freelance IT management trainer and consultant. She gained her 20 years of experience, inter alia, working as a consultant and project manager for seven years, then researching and teaching at universities for ten years – including stints as a guest professor. She has more than 100 scientific publications to her name and is a regular at conferences. Dr Herrmann supports the IREB Board and has co-authored the IREB teaching plan and handbook for the CPRE Advanced Level Certification in requirements management. She is the regional speaker of the informatics society in Stuttgart/Böblingen.
Entries by Dr. Andrea Herrmann
User stories describe the stakeholders’ goals and wishes in agile development. Can the IREB quality criteria for requirements be fulfilled with user stories?
Do you want to know something, learn to do something, or master something? An evaluation of knowledge acquisition and the importance of feedback by Dr. Andrea Herrmann.
Requirements engineers translate users’ desires into language that developers can understand. But what kind of content goes into a specification?
Errors in specifications are unavoidable. An inspection is used to find those errors. Here are six best pratices help you do so.