User stories are a staple in Agile but it can still be a tough practice to master, particularly for newer teams. A user story is defined as a short description of a feature or product told from the perspective of the end user or customer. They typically follow the same simple format:
As a < WHO >, I want < WHAT > so that < WHY >.
Many Product Owners we work with find themselves struggling with when and how to break their epics down into actionable user stories. Another challenge? Team members get frustrated because the user story doesn’t capture all of the details needed to begin work and complete it successfully.
How do we fix this?
Get the answers in our next Tactical Webinar: The Evolution of a User Story. Join us December 5th at Noon CST as David Hawks and Reese Schmit dive into user stories, their lifecycle, and how you can get into a regular cadence of evolving your backlog through collaboration between Product Owners and the Dev Team.
This one-hour webinar will consist of a short presentation followed by a Q&A. As always, don’t forget to bring your questions.
We have a limited number of seats.
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