Jeff Patton and Dave Gray discuss agile design, lean startups, design thinking, teams of teams and much more.
“For me, an agile process turns good people into order takers.” – Jeff Patton What is valuable out of agile development? Learn that answer, what’s missing in agile development and Jeff’s ideas on where to go from here.
Streamed live on Jan 21, 2014 | Video Length 53:16
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Understanding and communicating requirements in an Agile environment is a very different way of thinking and working.
In this talk, Jeff will explain where the idea of the agile story came from, and how best to write and use them. You’ll learn how stories help you manage the flow of discussion and work from big ideas all the way through to delivery. You’ll learn how to break big ideas down into organized backlogs using story
In August 2007 I was lucky enough to be able to edit an issue of Better Software Magazine. I was able to choose my authors: Alistair Cockburn, Jim Highsmith, and Jim Shore. I did this because I was lazy – I wanted great articles without a lot of effort. Choosing these authors guaranteed it. This “Technically Speaking” column from the editor allowed me a page to rant about what was important to
Many people find Jeff’s work inspirational. In this podcast, produced by the folks at Mastering Business Analysis, Jeff shares his thoughts on story mapping and user stories, really providing tons of value to listeners. It is available on iTunes and Stitcher Radio at the following links: Link to the interview on iTunes itunes Link to the interview on Stitcher Radio: stitcher Link to the interview on Mastering Business Analysis: