33853Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Technical user stories
- Oct 27, 2008Hello, Robert. On Sunday, October 26, 2008, at 12:04:07 PM, you
> What would I like to call them?Mentioning those people works fine for me. An issue with
> I think the easiest generic answer is "stakeholders", and it would be
> helpful to be specific where we can.
> For example:
> As the end-user, I want...
> As the marketing manager, I want...
> As the account auditor, I want...
> As the safety engineer, I want...
> How does that sound?
"stakeholder" and with this might be that the "product owner" or
equivalent speaks for these people. The team generally does not try
to serve multiple masters, tho it does try to provide software that
will suit multiple stakeholders ... as guided by the PO's decisions.
> I think the original poster wanted to make sure the new system was going toYes. I think it is quite important to do so.
> talk to some existing piece of infrastructure. I think they could identify
> who wants that, and why.
Hold on to your dream. --ELO
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