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STORY MAPPING
Product Camp Austin 11
User Story Mapping is an an
approach to Organizing and
Prioritizing user storiesTechnique by Jeff Patton
Challenges with One
dimensional backlogs
• Do you understand
the workflow?
• Are you able to see
the relationship of
large...
We want to Shift the Process from a
Requirements Delivery Process…
False Assumptions:
1. The customer knows what he wants
...
…To a Requirements Discovery
Process
Reality:
1. The customer discovers what he wants
2. The developers discover how to bu...
The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
What were all the things you did to get
ready to be here today?
Starting from the moment you woke up until
you arrived her...
In a small group (3 to 5 people) merge these post-its
into a single model
Arrange them left to right in an order that make...
User tasks are decomposed into
smaller tasks and organized into
activities
User tasks make ideal user
stories
User Story Mapping is
Collaborative & Fosters Co-
Ownership
User Story Maps help us see
things from a user’s perspective
With User Story Mapping you can
test for Gaps by Walking the Map
The user story map contains two
important anatomical features
The backbone
The walking skeleton
Reading the activities across the
top of the system helps us
understand end-to-end use of the
system.
User Story Mapping helps you
Prioritize with Context
User Story Maps help us plan
releases in complete and
How do you think you could benefit
from User Story Mapping?
Agile Velocity Story Mapping Session from Product Camp Austin 11 #PCATX
Agile Velocity Story Mapping Session from Product Camp Austin 11 #PCATX
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Agile Velocity Story Mapping Session from Product Camp Austin 11 #PCATX

  1. 1. STORY MAPPING Product Camp Austin 11
  2. 2. User Story Mapping is an an approach to Organizing and Prioritizing user storiesTechnique by Jeff Patton
  3. 3. Challenges with One dimensional backlogs • Do you understand the workflow? • Are you able to see the relationship of larger stories to child stories? • How do you validate that your backlog is complete? • What context do you use as a context for prioritization?
  4. 4. We want to Shift the Process from a Requirements Delivery Process… False Assumptions: 1. The customer knows what he wants 2. The developers know how to build it 3. Nothing will change along the way
  5. 5. …To a Requirements Discovery Process Reality: 1. The customer discovers what he wants 2. The developers discover how to build it 3. Many things change along the way
  6. 6. The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
  7. 7. What were all the things you did to get ready to be here today? Starting from the moment you woke up until you arrived here Write one item per Post-it note
  8. 8. In a small group (3 to 5 people) merge these post-its into a single model Arrange them left to right in an order that makes sense to the group Eliminate duplicates Cluster items that seem similar and create labels for the clusters if items seem to go together
  9. 9. User tasks are decomposed into smaller tasks and organized into activities
  10. 10. User tasks make ideal user stories
  11. 11. User Story Mapping is Collaborative & Fosters Co- Ownership
  12. 12. User Story Maps help us see things from a user’s perspective
  13. 13. With User Story Mapping you can test for Gaps by Walking the Map
  14. 14. The user story map contains two important anatomical features The backbone The walking skeleton
  15. 15. Reading the activities across the top of the system helps us understand end-to-end use of the system.
  16. 16. User Story Mapping helps you Prioritize with Context
  17. 17. User Story Maps help us plan releases in complete and
  18. 18. How do you think you could benefit from User Story Mapping?

Transform your Requirements Process from Delivery to Discovery with Story Mapping

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