Use-Case 2.0 brings together the lightness of user stories with the power of modeling, into a single agile requirements management framework. We offer an eLearning course and onsite introductory, intermediate and advanced level classes.
Learn how to quickly and simply build a use-case model, and prepare use cases in an agile fashion. Effectively elicit, communicate, and manage requirements using use cases. Introductory courses to advanced use-case modeling offered.
Use case 2.0 has been key to initiation of our new project. With a team that were new to Agile, Use Case 2.0 facilitated rapid visualisation of the business layer and development of rational slices for elaboration and prioritisation. Our Use Case 2.0 deployment is invaluable for demonstrating product scope to stakeholders and ensuring requirements are captured comprehensively. UK Public Sector Product Manager
Use Case 2.0 (or ‘Agile Use Cases’) has turned out to be the perfect solution for providing the business context, functional scope and just-in-time value-driven scenarios that fuel a prioritized backlog for agile delivery. The Use Case 2.0 approach facilitates the discovery and organization of User-centric scenarios or Slices, with the added benefit of producing definitive Test Cases for the Acceptance Criteria (which I had always found to be an area of ambiguity with ‘traditional’ User Stories). Use Case 2.0 has provided a natural bridge for the Enterprise to leverage its rich baseline of business processes, rules and requirements when transforming into Agile-centric delivery. Large US Bank
Use-Case 2.0 Courses
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Introduction to Use-Case 2.0
This two-day class will equip delegates with the skills and techniques necessary to effectively elicit, communicate, and manage their requirements using use cases. In particular they will learn how to drive agile projects using lightweight use cases and use-case slices. The course starts with a simulation where the delegates will build a product backlog using a pre-supplied set of use cases. Learn more →
Use-Case 2.0 Conversion
This class is intended to introduce experienced use-case modelers to Use-Case 2.0. It builds on the current state of the art practice to present an evolution of the use-case technique that we call Use-Case 2.0. Although the term suggests a new version of use cases, it does not refer to an update of the UML, but rather to a set of cumulative changes in the ways software developers and business analysts succeed with use cases. Learn more →
Advanced Use-Case Modeling
This class is intended to equip product owners and requirement engineers with the skills they need to successfully apply use-case modeling to the requirements management of large, or out-sourced, projects and programs. Throughout the class, common problems and their solutions will be explored. Learn more →