Let's try something new together: combine EventStorming and User Story Mapping

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IBM Budapest Lab

Andrássy út 39 · Budapest

How to find us

This is on the left side of Andrássy street if you go from Oktogon towards Deák tér's direction. Right next to "Andrássy Élménycentrum". You need to register at the reception desk.

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--- No food / drinks will be provided, this is a brownbag session ---
If you by any chance listened into our (Virtual DDD's) latest online panel discussion about EventStorming, User Story Mapping and Example mapping you might be aware that these techniques can be perfectly combined together. How? Well, it always depends on the actual goal, audience and in general what you want to achieve.
I now want to try out something I figured it could work. I invite you to join me in this experiment.
This will be an active workshop, with a draft agenda for now:
- short intro into EventStorming
- big picture EventStorming (activity)
- intro into User Story Mapping
- build user story map on the top of the EventStorming

And why to combine EventStorming with User Story Mapping? Big picture EventStorming is a great tool to discover your domain flow and User Story Mapping helps you prioritize what needs to get done, and keep the bigger product vision front and center. Combining the two would be a very powerful technique to focus on what's important.

Please RSVP if you will come, and if it turns out later that you cannot attend, please amend your RSVP accordingly, because this will be a workshop, so for everyone to be able to take the most out of it, I will need to calculate with the real number of attendees beforehand. Thanks for your cooperation.