Author: Kurt Wondra
Kurt Wondra is high-energy, well-rounded IT consultant who started his career as a Software Engineer and quickly realized he had a knack for business analysis and project management (as his many clients can attest to).
Here are three core components to product backlog items with details and proven tips that have served the author well across projects, clients, and industries.
Learn what these non-functional requirements mean and why Business Analysts need to carefully consider them when leading their teams’ development efforts.
If you're a Business Analyst or a Product Owner in an agile environment, then you're probably doing some backlog management. What tools (if any) should you use?
Using a tool like Diagrams.net to quickly create a visual diagram or model can greatly increase your team’s efficiency and improve their effectiveness.
Remembering these points can enable End User Development to be a valuable asset for your organization rather than having it become an ever-increasing liability.