Story Mapping - Mom, where does baby User Stories come from? Part 1

How do Product Owners create Epics and User Stories?

Simple question, right? If you Google that, you will get dozen of sites telling you what it should include, the format it should take and the principles it should follow. Fair enough...

So how come your backlog still feels like a vertical pile of Items you hope contains everything to satisfy your customer?

This talk is intended for Product Managers and Product Owners that wakes up at night in sweat because they have so many current and future user stories to think about with dependencies, MVP Journeys and bugs to order in a vertical one dimension Backlog.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

  1. What is Story Mapping
  2. Before Starting the Map
  3. Before Talking to the Dev Team
    1. Role of Product Managers and Product Owners
    2. Definition of Ready
    3. Milestones
  4. From Story Map to Backlog
  5. Constant Adaptive Map
    1. Drives discussions
  6. Conclusion
    1. 1 Vertical Backlog is not enough
    2. Is Story Map the new Backlog?

Learning Outcome

Learn how to create and keep an updated version of a two dimensional backlog at the start of the User Story Agile food chain. 

Target Audience

Product Owners and Product Managers

schedule Submitted 1 year ago

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