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This book will help you write better user stories, spot and fix common issues, split stories so that they are smaller but still valuable, and deal with difficult stuff like crosscutting concerns, long-term effects and non-functional requirements. Above all, this book will help you achieve the promise of agile and iterative delivery: to ensure that the right stuff gets delivered through productive discussions between delivery team members and business stakeholders.

Who is this book for?

This is a book for anyone working in an iterative delivery environment, doing planning with user stories. The ideas in this book are useful both to people relatively new to user stories and those who have been working with them for years. People who work in software delivery, regardless of their role, will find plenty of tips for engaging stakeholders better and structuring iterative plans more effectively. Business stakeholders working with software teams will discover how to provide better information to their delivery groups, how to set better priorities and how to outrun the competition by achieving more with less software.

Who is this book not for?

This book doesn't cover the basics of stories. We assume that readers know what Card-Conversation-Confirmation means, what INVEST is and how to apply the basic strategies for splitting user stories. This isn't the first book you should read about user stories, if those terms are unfamiliar. There are plenty of good basic books out there, so read them first and then come back. Please don't hate us because we skipped the basics, but there is only so much space in the book and other people cover the basics already well enough.

What's inside?

Unsurprisingly, the book contains exactly fifty ideas. They are grouped into five major parts:

- Creating stories: This part deals with capturing information about stories before they get accepted into the delivery pipeline. You'll find ideas about what kind of information to note down on story cards and how to quickly spot potential problems.

- Planning with stories: This part contains ideas that will help you manage the big-picture view, set milestones and organise long-term work.

- Discussing stories: User stories are all about effective conversations, and this part contains ideas to improve discussions between delivery teams and business stakeholders. You'll find out how to discover hidden assumptions and how to facilitate effective conversations to ensure shared understanding.

- Splitting stories: The ideas in this part will help you deal with large and difficult stories, offering several strategies for dividing them into smaller chunks that will help you learn fast and deliver value quickly.

- Managing iterative delivery: This part contains ideas that will help you work with user stories in the short and mid term, manage capacity, prioritise and reduce scope to achieve the most with the least software.

Each part contains ideas that we've used with teams over the last five or six years to help them manage user stories better and get more value out of iterative delivery. These ideas come from many different contexts, from large investment banks working on internal IT initiatives to small web start-ups shipping consumer software.

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  • Editora: Neuri Consulting LLP (12 de outubro de 2014)
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4.0 de 5 estrelas Great ideas with concrete ways to implement them. 6 de novembro de 2015
Por Deryl Spielman - Publicada na Amazon.com
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There are tons of ideas on how to use user stories in your development process and goes in to somewhat detail on how to implement it. It definitely assumes you are doing some iterative development but my team is doing Kanban so I wish it talked more about how it fits in to that flow based system. It does mention Kanban a few times, however.

Overall I found it very useful in figuring out how to break down user stories, apply impact mapping and goals along with user stories, how to measure through rolling average time analysis and T-shirt sizes instead of story points, and comes with examples of how Gojko's teams have done so.
5.0 de 5 estrelas Pithy and to the point, helps you write great user stories. 12 de abril de 2015
Por David Snook - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Great ideas to make user stories meaningful, point to the real value your users want, and fit into an iteration.

I enjoyed the format, which is a lot like software design patterns -- there is a context that describes the problem, a brief description of the solution, and then a section that shows how to apply the solution, along with warnings for when the solution may not be applicable.

The book is quite slim, but as I read it I had a sense that the authors had gone to great lengths to cut each idea down to its essential elements. I also got the sense that the experience (evidence) behind each idea is considerably deeper than each brief synopsis might imply. I suppose they could have piled on the evidence and written a much heavier tome, but it wouldn't necessarily have been more convincing because in the end you have to try these out for yourself to see if they will work for you. I appreciated the effort they put into getting right to each point.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Creative ways to write, split, and estimate user stories. 9 de julho de 2015
Por Michael J Balke - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Although I have been writing user stories for over five years, Fifty Quick Ideas to Improve your User Stories augmented my ability to write more descriptive user stories resulting in easier estimation. The second section which discusses Splitting User stories also provided me additional insight into some creative ways that I never thought of. One of the last parts of the book suggests two ways of estimating stories that I never heard of and make sense. I plan to use practically everything I learned from reading this book. I strongly recommend this easy reading book for anyone who writes, splits, and/or estimates user stories.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas I highly recommend this for all Agilists - Product Owners 23 de outubro de 2014
Por Kim Buchsen - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Definitely worth reading. If you have some experience with User Stories but want to become more proficient, this is the book for you. I highly recommend this for all Agilists - Product Owners, ScrumMasters, Dev Team members and anyone interested in iterative development. I plan on incorporating some of Gojko's ideas into my User Story training material.
5.0 de 5 estrelas User Story ideas 18 de julho de 2016
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The illustrations and the format of the book, makes it simple to understand different situations. This will become a favorite tool as agile methodology moves forward in my company.
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