User stories are great at capturing product functionality in isolation. But they are not well suited to describe the interactions between different features and to describe workflows. This blog posts shows how context and activity diagrams can used successfully to complement individual stories.
User stories are probably the most popular agile requirements description technique. It’s comparatively easy to write, decompose, and refine user stories. But writing good stories can be hard. This blog post helps you tell great stories.
Find out if user stories or use cases are more appropriate to capture product backlog items.
Find out what agile product management is all about and how it differs from traditional approaches! This post summarizes the key differences between old-school and agile product management.