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 ====== Topic: StoryMaps for Better Backlogs ====== ====== Topic: StoryMaps for Better Backlogs ======
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 **Host: [[MarkKilby|Mark Kilby]]** **Host: [[MarkKilby|Mark Kilby]]**
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 **Notetaker:​ Debi ** **Notetaker:​ Debi **
  
-References:+An AgileOpenFlorida session 
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 +===== References: ​===== 
   * Jeff Patton – originally introduced the [[http://​lmgtfy.com/?​q=jeff+patton+story+mapping#​seen|storymap concept]] in 2009   * Jeff Patton – originally introduced the [[http://​lmgtfy.com/?​q=jeff+patton+story+mapping#​seen|storymap concept]] in 2009
   * David Hussman – great videos providing overview of storymaps ; see LeanUX topic in the [[http://​devjam.com/​cutting-an-agile-groove/​|Cutting an Agile Groove video series]]   * David Hussman – great videos providing overview of storymaps ; see LeanUX topic in the [[http://​devjam.com/​cutting-an-agile-groove/​|Cutting an Agile Groove video series]]
  
-Background:+===== Background: ​===== 
 How many of you maintain backlogs? How many of you maintain backlogs?
 How many of you have become lost in long backlog of stories? How many of you have become lost in long backlog of stories?
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 Storymaps are another way to organize your backlog to better understand your themes, epics and how to better deliver value Storymaps are another way to organize your backlog to better understand your themes, epics and how to better deliver value
  
-Personas ​– It starts here; you need to empathize with your users+===== Personas ​===== 
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 +It starts here; you need to empathize with your users
  
 A persona helps you “get into the user’s head”. ​ Not just a role like in use cases. A persona helps you “get into the user’s head”. ​ Not just a role like in use cases.
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 Example: Financial Management System Example: Financial Management System
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 Persona: Rob the Regional Manager Persona: Rob the Regional Manager
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 Background: has many responsibilities;​ works at least 10 hour days; travels; given revenue goals Background: has many responsibilities;​ works at least 10 hour days; travels; given revenue goals
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 Rob works with multiple teams; so he needs: Rob works with multiple teams; so he needs:
 - burndown charts - burndown charts
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 - reports - reports
 - off-line data - off-line data
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 +===== Building a storymap from a persona =====
  
 Workflow is represented left to right Workflow is represented left to right
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 MMF = Minimal Marketable Feature – minimum number of user stories to deliver the basic feature MMF = Minimal Marketable Feature – minimum number of user stories to deliver the basic feature
 MVP = Minimal Viable Product – minimal number of MMFs for a customer to purchase MVP = Minimal Viable Product – minimal number of MMFs for a customer to purchase
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 +===== How can Storymaps be maintained and used? =====
  
 Story maps can help answer “when is it going to be delivered”?​ Story maps can help answer “when is it going to be delivered”?​
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 Storymaps help manage product visually Storymaps help manage product visually
  
-Bonus – Planning Game (created by Steve Bockman)+===== Bonus – Planning Game =====  
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 +created by Steve Bockman
  
 See http://​www.agilelearninglabs.com/​2012/​05/​how-to-play-the-team-estimation-game/​ See http://​www.agilelearninglabs.com/​2012/​05/​how-to-play-the-team-estimation-game/​
  
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