Agile versus knowledge part one – stories are great

Last week I gave a talk for business analysts in Sydney on “documentation for agile teams”

My talk did not really contain anything too radical, but it did draw a reasonable crowd, with 80 business analysts making time to come after a full day of work.

So why did 80 people turn up when, being business analysts, they are probably already quite good at documenting the things that agile teams need?  It is not like agile is a new concept.

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Creating stories for the support team on an agile project

This article is one of a couple I am writing to explain how agile projects can hand over useful information to support teams if they want to. 

So this article is a (hopefully) straightforward description of how we can use stories to define the knowledge that to create and handover when the project goes live.

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