Milan (IT), 10th - 11th March 2021, with Gojko Adzic.
Have you struggled to split user stories into small but valuable chunks?
Do you have problems prioritising stories or getting a commitment from business stakeholders on what they want to achieve?
Do you have issues deciding when a story is done or how many other stories you really need to achieve a business objective?
Are you managing large amounts of stories that are problematic to estimate, prioritise or plan for?
If so, join this interactive workshop and bring your product owners and business sponsors to learn how to get the most out of user stories.
After the workshop, you will know how to:
- how to effectively work with a large existing backlog of stories
(story card hell) with multiple competing stakeholders
- how to capture and describe real value with small user stories that
just contribute to a larger picture
- how to measure progress better than with just story points and avoid
mistaking activity for success.
- how to avoid water-scrum-fall where too many things need to come together to make a release and it's not easy to come up with small but valuable chunks
- how impact mapping can help facilitate the discussion around value and success
- how to run impact mapping sessions
- how to use impact maps to align competing stakeholders and for product discovery.
- how to get good feedback from users and how to avoid misleading feedback
- how to split the stories that are too big but difficult to slice
- how to avoid technical stories.
- how to incorporate results of user research into release planning
- how to use story maps to plan releases for larger pieces of work,
when there is significant risk in releasing the wrong product so
iterative improvements are not an option
- how to facilitate story mapping workshops and avoid the most common
problems with them.
This workshop is for people who want to learn several effective ways that industry-leading teams apply to make their user stories much more effective.
Come to learn how to ensure that things coming into your work stream are defined well, split to be small enough but valuable, and achieve the big benefits of adaptive planning and that you can expect from great user stories.
This is a seminar for a broad audience of anyone involved in iterative (agile/lean/scrum/kanban) delivery with user stories.
Tools & Laptop: Do I need my laptop?
No, you won't need your laptop to attend this workshop.
Entry requirements: Do I need to know anything in particular prior to attending this workshop?
Teaching language: What language will this workshop be in?
This course will be taught in English.
The workshop will be confirmed upon reaching a minimum number of participants. All registered participants will be notified by email no later than one month prior to the workshop date.
Language: The workshop will be held in English.
Time: from 9.30 am to 5.00 pm.
Venue: The workshop will take place in Milan, the venue is still to be confirmed.
Laptop: You won’t need a laptop for this workshop.
Dress code: Informal.
Maximum number of participants: 20.
Included in the price: two coffee breaks and lunch with the trainer and the other attendees are also included in this ticket... because networking matters :)
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