NCrafts Eventstorming workshop

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Modeling a business process is often associated with people in suits having long and dull meetings. Way too much time gets wasted for an outcome that's far from reality and which will be obsolete in weeks. Event storming is a workshop format that brings modeling back to all stakeholders, and aims to create usable models.

In this workshop, you won't be writing any code, but you will be using lots of paper, post-its and a marker. After going over a bit of theory and a small example, we will present you with a real business problem, and in a few short playful sessions you will experience how powerful event storming can be in helping a team gain insights into complex problems.

The techniques you will learn in this workshop will pay off immediately.

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NCrafts Eventstorming workshop

  1. 1. EVENT STORMING WORKSHOP @JefClaes & @ToJans
  2. 2. WHATTO EXPECT? • Introduction • Get busy (*) • Conclusion









(*)
  3. 3. Modeling?
  4. 4. In the enterprise?
  5. 5. So no modeling then?
  6. 6. What techniques do you use?
  7. 7. Let’s create a model! A data model.
  8. 8. Let’s create a model! A data model.
 (*10 minutes - boring)
  9. 9. Can we make this fun and 
 useful for all stake holders again?
  10. 10. Model storming
 by @ziobrando
  11. 11. Event storming
  12. 12. Event storming is a workshop format aiming to collaboratively create a model of 
 a complex business flow. - @ziobrando
  13. 13. Setting up..
  14. 14. the right team
  15. 15. big problem = big space
  16. 16. one man = one marker
  17. 17. 1. Events
  18. 18. Something that happened in the past..
 ..where our business cares about.
  19. 19. Search for events.
  20. 20. this happened
  21. 21. Where to start?
  22. 22. this happened this happened this happened this happened this happened this happened
  23. 23. 
 Mind your language!

  24. 24. Customer updated
 Customer moved
  25. 25. Assumptions (unless..)
  26. 26. What if we don’t agree/know?
  27. 27. this happened that happened ! ?
  28. 28. „All models are wrong, 
 some are useful”
  29. 29. Where are these events coming from?
  30. 30. 2. Commands
  31. 31. Do something!
  32. 32. Caused by actors, time or external systems.
  33. 33. this happened do this
  34. 34. 1command == 1 event?
  35. 35. this happened do this this happened this happened do this
  36. 36. 3. Bounded contexts
  37. 37. Where the language is consistent.
  38. 38. BC 1 BC 2
  39. 39. In conclusion
  40. 40. visualization
  41. 41. collaboration
  42. 42. discovery
  43. 43. the big picture
  44. 44. viable model
  45. 45. https://plus.google.com/communities/ 113258571348605620818

  46. 46. Thank you!
 @JefClaes & @ToJans
 
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