This workshop will introduce you to Kano analysis, including how it can be used to categorise features for release planning. We'll discuss how to form questions to ask customers, how to interpret answers to those questions and how to plan a release using those answers.
The workshop will encourage participation and use lots of examples to explore the topic. We'll use Kano to analyse Agile Manchester 2016 itself and explore what aspects of the conference would be classified as basic, linear and exciting features.
Dave has been working on software development for the past 15 years. Starting as a developer, he has spent time as a scrum master and is currently working as a product manager for Sorenson Media in Cardiff.
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