An Opportunity Canvas is a simple one-pager I like to use to facilitate a discussion about a new feature or capability. It’s put together in the spirit of the Business Model Canvas or Lean Canvas which are fabulous tools for discussing new products. But, unlike those canvases, the Opp Canvas assumes you’ve got a product already out there so you won’t need to reconsider the operational or revenue model – which is what
HOW TO DO USER STORY MAPPING
In this podcast with Talking Code, released 7/14/2015, Jeff teaches us how to map user stories by focusing on the user’s journey to an outcome. He shares his opinion on the notorious “MVP” and how he helped Gary Levitt build his MVP with Mad Mimi.
People have gotten fixated on the story template. But that’s not the important part. — Jeff Patton
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I have a fundamental problem when teaching Story Mapping in a class or workshop. That is, participants never have enough time to build a complete enough backlog to explore all the different release and development strategies that having a full backlog gives you. That sucks. But, I have a simple solution. 1476
Jeff Patton and Dave Gray discuss agile design, lean startups, design thinking, teams of teams and much more.
“For me, an agile process turns good people into order takers.” – Jeff Patton What is valuable out of agile development? Learn that answer, what’s missing in agile development and Jeff’s ideas on where to go from here.