Agile transformation: thinking of change, or change of thinking?

Have you ever asked your clients what quality means to them? If so, you have very probably been confronted with many more or less different answers depending on personal preferences and expectations of the given customer. There is no absolute quality. If a service or product meets expectations of a particular client, he considers it a service or product of a good quality. So we are clear on our mission – we aim to stay customer oriented and address client´s requirements in order to achieve maximum quality.

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About user stories and acceptance criteria

Especially when joining projects for a second release with already existing functional design specifications (FDS), it may well be that user stories are not what they should be. With much room for interpretation they might not be clear, easy to understand or even complete. The impact is an additional (unexpected) effort with all further consequences and discussions between the customer and the contractor about what has and what hasn’t been offered. But why is it like that? If you have ever asked yourself one of the following questions: “What is a user story?”, “How can I write one?” and “Where can I keep all the conditions to lay the foundation for a successful project?” – well, this blog post is for you.

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