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Atd 2016-mapping-mashup

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Story Mapping and Example Mapping Mashup

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Atd 2016-mapping-mashup

  1. 1. STORY MAPPING & EXAMPLE MAPPING MASHUP JoEllen Carter @testacious Lisa Crispin @lisacrispin
  2. 2. PREVIEW Techniques to build shared understanding Product, feature, release level Story level Deliver business value frequently, at a sustainable pace
  3. 3. WHY TEST EARLY? Explore assumptions Clarify expectations Identify gaps in flow Discover the ‘right thing’ to build
  4. 4. ASK TESTING QUESTIONS EARLY Does this thing do what I want it to do? Is the thing I want it to do the right thing to do? What are the unexpected things that can happen? What are the undesirable things that can happen? What are the happy accidents? Testing is THINKING.
  5. 5. STORY + EXAMPLE MAPPING
  6. 6. STORY MAPPING JEFF PATTON, USER STORY MAPPING Story - tells an actual story about someone doing something, and why Story Map - tells the bigger story of a product or feature We are storytellers.
  7. 7. WHAT IS STORY MAPPING? Organizes stories to show the big picture Goal -The thing you want to accomplish Activities (biggest pieces) Tasks (or steps) Sub-tasks (smallest bits)
  8. 8. STORY MAPTEMPLATE
  9. 9. STORY MAPPING BASICS Why? When? Who? How?
  10. 10. WORLD CUPVIEWING PARTY
  11. 11. STORY MAPPING HANDS-ON • Each table is set up with instructions and materials for an exercise. Each exercise is available at 3 tables. • There are 3 different exercises. Make sure you do all three – save your work on a piece of big paper. • Exercise #1 – Choose an MVP • Exercise #2 – Story map a common activity • Exercise #3 – Arrange cards into a story map • You have 10 minutes per exercise.
  12. 12. STORY MAPPING DE-BRIEF Take 5 minutes to walk around and see all the varieties of response. What was easy? Hard? What would you approach differently next time? How can your team incorporate story mapping?
  13. 13. BREAK! Come back for Part 2 – Example Mapping!
  14. 14. HAVE A CONVERSATION
  15. 15. EXAMPLE MAPPING BASICS Why? When? Who? How?
  16. 16. EXAMPLE MAPPING
  17. 17. EXAMPLE MAPPING ‘EXAMPLE’
  18. 18. EXAMPLE MAPPING HANDS-ON • Each table is set up instructions and materials for an exercise. Each exercise is available at 3 tables. • There are 3 different exercises. Make sure you do all three – save your work on a piece of big paper. • Exercise #1 – Sort cards into rules and examples • Exercise #2 – Create your own example map • Exercise #3 – Guess rules from examples • You have 10 minutes per exercise.
  19. 19. EXAMPLE MAPPING DE-BRIEF Take 5 minutes to walk around and see all the varieties of response. What did these exercises show you? What did you learn? Are rules or examples better? Why or why not?
  20. 20. TIPS FORTRYING WITHYOURTEAM Will you try these activities with your team? What challenges will you face with your team? How will your team benefit?
  21. 21. WANTTO KNOW MORE?  Jeff Patton,User Story Mapping, 2014  2 PageCheat Sheet: http://bit.ly/2gHTFtY  MattWynne, "Introducing Example Mapping", http://bit.ly/1iw19w4  Michael Larsen, “UncharteredWaters”, http://bit.ly/1NMYyww  Kishen Simbhoedatpanday, “Example Mapping–Steering the Conversation”, http://bit.ly/1Qlnz0y  Lisa Crispin, “Experiment with Example Mapping”, http://lisacrispin.com/2016/06/02/experiment-example-mapping/
  22. 22. ATD Discount: http://www.pearsoned.co.uk/crispin

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