As a product owner
I want I want to understand how to identify my stakeholders
So that I know who can tell me what to do and who to tell what we are doing

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Three Agile Testing Methods – TDD, ATDD and BDD

As a Product Owner or Developer I want I want to understand the different Agile testing methods So that I can decide which to useIn the word of Agile, there are currently three methods that can be used to improve our testing practices and to assist with enabling...

Test Concerns

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Business Rule Templates

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The Danger of Pipelining and Time Slicing

As a BI Manager I want to understand the impact of pipelining the Agile teams workflow So that I know if it is an approach I wish to use Managing to complete an AgileBI build in three elapsed weeks is very very difficult. And by a build I mean from...

The Big Guess Up Front (BGUF)

As a Stakeholder or Product Owner
I want to understand where the traditional planning documents fit in the AgilebI process
So that I know when I need to have them created

Time boxing effort as acceptance criteria of last resort

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AgileBI Process

As a BI Practitioner
I want to understand what AgileBI processes are
So that I know what processes to implement (and what processes not to)