The User Story Discovery Canvas from IAG

The User Story Canvas is a visual canvas template to assist agile teams in their user story conversations to collaboratively discover and describe the critical elements and write good stories.

7 Best Practices for Successful Requirements Meetings

Key success factors for Business Analysts, Product Owners, and Project Managers leading meetings. Facilitating meetings to successfully achieve their planned outcomes has always been a hot topic -- and a challenge that hasn’t become any easier with remote...

Blog: IAG Consulting Offers Free Online Requirements Maturity Assessment Tool

NEW CASTLE, DE (January 14, 2012) IAG Consulting, the leading requirements consulting and software solutions provider, has announced the availability of an online tool for organizations to assess the maturity of their requirements definition and management (RDM)...

Blog: Introduction to the Agile Project Framework

Introduction to the Agile Project Framework While relatively new to many, the Agile Business Consortium’s Agile Project Framework is actually the most established framework for agile project management in use today. For over 20 years, the framework has provided a...

Blog: Requirements Maturity Checkup!

How mature is your organization’s requirements practices? Now you can find out! IAG Consulting has just launched a new (free) online assessment tool that will evaluate your requirements maturity based on 40 questions. The assessment is based on IA…

Blog: PMI® Releases New Report on Requirements Management

This past week, The Project Management Institute released results of a study on one of our favorite topics – the importance of requirements.   PMI’s Pulse of the Profession® In-Depth Report on Requirements Management will hopefully serve as a wakeup call and provide...

Blog: How Necessary is Requirements Definition for that Small App or Enhancement?

Small application development projects are lighter and usually don’t require such extensive process standards, advanced methods, governance, documentation, planning and management that larger IT projects do. But don’t make the mistake of skipping …

Blog: Key Questions for Breaking Through on a Difficult User Story

The Challenge User stories that should be simple are frequently quite complex, written ambiguously, or have underlying needs that are hidden below the surface. Some should be broken up in to multiple stories. You may not know how best to write a u…

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