Many product companies struggle with a big challenge: how to identify a Minimal Viable Product that will let them quickly validate their product hypothesis.
Teams that share the product vision and agree on priorities for features are able to move faster and more effectively.
During this workshop, we'll work on a real product that your company is planning to build.
Using this to-be-built product, we'll coach your whole team on how to collaborate on the vision of the product and effectively come up with an evolutionary roadmap for your product.
We will create the Product Backlog, a User Story map, and a pragmatic Release Plan for successful Product delivery.
|Define Product Vision|
|Identify Users That Matter|
|Create User Personas|
|Define User Goals|
|A Day-In-Life Of Each Persona|
|Break Down Activities And Tasks From User Goals|
|Lay Out Goals Activities And Tasks|
|Walk Through And Refine Activity Model|
|Prioritize High Level Tasks|
|Define Minimum Viable Product|
|Identify Internal And External Release Milestones|
|Define User Task Level Acceptance Criteria|
|Break Down User Tasks To User Stories Based On Acceptance Criteria|
|Refine Acceptance Criteria For Each Story|
|Find Ways To Further Thin-Slice User Stories|
|Build Quick Paper-Prototype For Vague User Stories|
|Spike Out Risky User Stories|
|Capture Assumptions And Non-Functional Requirements|
|Define Relative Size Of User Stories|
|Refine Internal Release Milestones For First-Release Based On Estimates|
|Define Goals For Each Release|
|Sketch Out Walking Skeleton Using Wireframes|
|Discuss And Agree To A Collaborative Working Model In The Team|
|Refine Product And Project Risks|
|Present And Commit To The Plan|
To ensure a successful class, we require the following facilities:
Once an agreement for the workshop is confirmed, we will work with your designated contact to ensure that the environment is configured properly prior to the workshop.