Course Detail: P_AGILEPDANDSW - Agile Product Discovery and Story Writing-Online

Contact Hours/CEUs: 14/1.4 

This interactive class focuses on four elements of an Agile environment: product/project discovery, requirements gathering, communication and 

prioritization.

Students Will:

 

  • Practice visual modeling by creating a Vision Board and Roadmaps to support iteration planning and release planning

  • Participate in building a User Story Map

  • Practice developing a "Definition of Done" and "Acceptance Criteria," and be able to explain the difference between these two concepts. Develop skills to maximize stakeholder engagement

  • Learn how to differentiate the levels of requirements and how to gather the right level at the right time

  • Leave with several tools and templates to support Product Discovery

 

Learning Objectives:

 

  • Develop User Roles, Empathy Maps, and Personas

  • Develop the Product Vision Canvas

  • Create a User Story Map

  • Develop and maintain the Emergent Product Backlog

  • Use Story Writing workshops to generate User Stories 

  • Create a Product Roadmap

  • Practice techniques for grooming and ordering the Product Backlog

  • Develop techniques to capture "Acceptance Criteria" and "Definition of Done"

 

This fast-paced and collaborative workshop mixes hand-drawing, slides, videos, and storytelling.

Who Should Attend?

This class is ideal for anyone who participates in creating the product or defining the initiative. It is geared towards providing critical information to product owners, product managers, business analysts and those who support the work of fulfilling requirements as development team members. 

For Individuals interested in a deeper understanding of Agile frameworks and practices. This course can be taken individually or combined with other Agile courses to complete the Certificate Program in Agile Leadership and Process Improvement.

The registration fee includes all materials.

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Available Sessions

March 11, 2022 to April 1, 2022, Online (14 seats (93%) remaining)