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BAs for dummies 3,2,1...Refine! Me, myself and SCRUM Are you SATISFIED? Colors and Crayons!
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What does the Business Analyst do?
Understands business needs and analyses how to split them in workable user stories for the team
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What is Cards?
As a WHO I want WHAT so that WHY
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What is the backlog refinement meeting?
Meeting in which the PO and the team negotiate about priorities, future stories and clarify doubts about what should be delivered and it's value to the business.
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What is a condition of satisfaction?
Attributes or characteristics that must be met for a story to be accepted by the product owner and stakeholders
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What is a roadmap?
A high-level strategic plan that describes the likely development plan of a product over a period of time.
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What are the stakeholders?
Help the Product Owner make decisions by explaining why each item should be prioritized and developed, and the value they are expecting from them in the business
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What is revenue, productivity and quality?
Any user story should provide at least these three benefits to the business
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What is the purpose of the sprint review?
Present the stories according to the priority defined in the sprint backlog. The team can give a live demo of what was accomplished.
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What is the definition of ready?
A guideline to know when a story is ready to be admitted into a sprint iteration and start working on it.
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What is a story mapping?
Visual exercise that helps teams define the work that will create the most satisfying user experience for any product
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What is product value?
A BA is responsible that every story provides this when its finished
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What are paths?
When refining, we may use these as a dialogue to map the different options in which we can approach the same output of a bigger story
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What is the responsibility of the BA after the backlog refinement meeting?
Prepare the minimum documentation required to explain to the rest of the team the story in order to have enough information during the Planning Poker meeting.
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What is the definition of done?
A simple list of activities that add verifiable / demonstrable value to the product when finishing each story
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What is the backbone?
Activities and tasks at a high level that give the story mapping its structure
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What is a product backlog?
A list of all things that needs to be done within the project
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What are valuable, estimable and testable?
The three main features any user story must have according to Nielsen Definition of Ready
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What is a responsibility of the BA before the Planning Poker meeting?
Align with the architect each story that will be presented during the meeting.
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What is the method given/when/then?
Method that explains a specific scenario in which an expected behavior should happen for validating a condition of satisfaction
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What is focus on features?
Refers to adding more detail than necessesary in a roadmap, leading to lack of focus, vision and goals for the team
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What are unit/component tests?
These tests are more technology-faced, support the team and are more viable to be automated
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What is trigger a conversation?
This should happen whenever you don't have enough information for your user story
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What is the main responsibility of the BA after the sprint has started?
Continue refining User Stories, focusing mostly on those with higher priority and that lack clarity.
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What is a ghost feature?
Wrong features delivered due to poor refinement, but that were done in the right way
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What is a walking skeleton?
Minimal end-to-end functionality of the product. Can be manual and focuses on delivering output.






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