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    • Exploring User Stories through Mind Mapping Kenji HIRANABE Change Vision, Inc. User Wish Big Picture Mind Map User Stories Why? Who? When? Estimate, Plan, Prioritize, Test value role
    • Objectives
      • To understand what is Mind Mapping and how software development can benefit from it.
      • To experience how to use Mind Maps to explore user wish and carve out User Stories .
    • Agenda
      • Introduction
      • What is a Mind Map and Why
      • How Software Development Benefits from Using Mind Maps
      • Exploring User Wish using Mind Mapping
      • Demonstration
      • Let’s try !
      • Conclusion
    • Kenji HIRANABE(1/2)
      • (co-)Translator of …
      XP/ Agile books
      • (co-)Author of …
      C++ book OO, UML books Mind Map book
    • Kenji HIRANABE(2/2)
      • CEO of Change Vision, Inc.
      • JUDE – UML editor
        • With Mind Map, ERD
        • http://jude.change-vision.com/
      • TRICHORD – Agile Project Kanban Board
        • Kanban, Parking Lot,
        • http://trichord.change-vision.com/
        • Burndowns, Smiley Calendar
    • At Agile2008
      • I talked about …
      • Learning Kaizen from Toyota [with Mind Maps]
      • New Car Development in Toyota
      • Exploring User Stories through Mind Mapping
      • Dear XP – a song at the party
    • Stickyminds.com article “Agile Modeling with Mind Map and UML” Search: stickyminds Kenji HIRANABE
    • Mind Map
      • Tony Buzan
      • Graphical note technique
      • Visualize thoughts with a radiant structure
        • Keyword Oriented
        • Loose syntax and semantics
        • Fast and Easy
        • High level View
        • Evocative
        • Explore and Gather Ideas
    • da Vinci uses Pictures and Words at the same time
    • Mind Mapping
      • Examples …
    • Kent Beck’s XP 2nd
    • Retrospectives using Keep/Problem/Try format
    • Product Feature Map in Release Planning
    • Seminar Ideas
    • Project Christmas Planning
    • Meeting Minutes Template
    • Design Patterns
    • Mastering the Requirements Process by Suzanne and James Robertson, 1999.
    • Self-Introduction Mind Map
      • Central Image
        • Your name and your Icon
        • What describes you most
      • BOI’s may be,
        • Why (you came to Tronto)?
        • What (do you do) ?
        • Favorites (sessions so far)
      • 3-minute introduction in pairs
    •  
    • User Stores: Ron Jeffries’ 3 Cs
      • Card
        • Written on note cards.
        • Cards may be annotated with estimates, notes, etc.
      • Conversation
        • Details behind the story come out during conversation with customer
      • Confirm
        • Acceptance tests confirm the story was coded correctly
    • User Stories: Mike Cohn
      • Shift focus from writing to talking
      • Metaphor of Trawling (by Suzanne and James Robertson)
        • Requirements can be captured with different sized nets
        • Requirements change, mature, possibly die
        • Skill is a factor
      • Avoid “The user”, find “Roles”
      • In order to <benefit>, as a <role>, I want to <story>,
    • Why Mind Map and User Stories Fit ?
      • Shift focus from writing to talking
        • “ Story cards” are ticket to conversation.
        • Needs to be “evocative”
        • Mind maps preserve “context” … playback effect
      • Trawl requirements with coarse sized net first
        • An architect users mind maps before drawings, to avoid getting into too specific areas in early phase.
      • Some important information is expressed with emotion, which cannot be captured in documents.
      • Use your right brain ! Emotion! Colors, and Pictures ! To fully utilize broadband communication and preserve it in your brain, as the same time, keep it into a mind map as a memento of the situation. In the future conversation, you can use it to resume the context back.
    • Mastering the Requirements Process by Suzanne and James Robertson, 1999.
    • User Wish Mind Map
      • The first step of getting what you want.
      • Get the Big Picture .
      • Who ? first.
      • Semi-structured.
      • Gather info and mine UseCases / User Stories .
    • Demonstration
      • City Library System Interview…
    • Library Interview Mind Map
    • UseCase Diagram
    • User Stories Mind Map
    • The big picture of this presentation User Wish Big Picture Mind Map User Stories Why? Who? When? Estimate, Plan, Prioritize, Test value role
    • Conclusion
      • Mind Mapping is effective when
        • Gathering Information
        • Exploring topics freely
      • User interview with Mind Mapping
        • Is Semi-structured
        • Gives a high-level view of user wish
        • Creates a big picture of the user wish from which you can carve out good use cases or user stories.
      • Why, Who, When are good input to user stories.
    • The mind map tool
      • JUDE – UML editor
        • With Mind Map, ERD, DFD
        • http://jude.change-vision.com/
    • User Stories Spreadsheet Also to PowerPoint!