More and more of our IT projects are moving to Agile, which I'm a big fan of, but it seems like there is very little written on the subject of how you effectively train people to use the end products, which of course are always changing.
Before you jump to share links to agile elearning methodologies, I'm not sure that is the answer. Again I'm a big fan of them and I think they work well when the project is the eLearning. But I'm struggling to see how you integrate that with an agile product development team.
It seems like you either need to have a trainer (for want of a better word) embedded in the team, but also different methods of instruction that don't rely on screenshots etc because the chances are the screens will have changed between the time you took them and the time the users see them. It also seems like the users themselves will need to develop an appreciation of what Agile means and become more comfortable with ambiguity.
So if you have any tales to tell I would be delighted to hear them!
So I managed to answer my own question with a little help from some lovely people at Ripple-Rock Consulting...