User Story Mapping

Kanban: Agile, Scrum, or Both? Unraveling the Mystery

Agile, Scrum, Kanban – how do they fit together, and which one is right for you?

Kanban offers a flexible, efficient, and visual way to manage your workflow. It’s about starting where you are, making incremental improvements, and respecting the roles and processes that are already in place.

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User Story Mapping: A Practical Guide for Product Teams

Overwhelmed by user stories?

Picture this: a clear, visual guide of your user’s journey. Organized in a way that helps prioritize tasks and aligns your entire team. That’s what user story mapping brings to the table. So, let’s cut to the chase. We’re about to unpack user story mapping, a concept that transforms your product planning process.

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Agile Uncovered: Understanding What Agile Really Means?

Agile. It’s a buzzword, a mindset, a game-changer.

So, what’s the plan? We’re going to dig into Agile. We’ll explore its origins, its principles, and how it works in the real world. We’ll also look at how Agile has evolved over time and why it’s more relevant today than ever before.

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Understanding Agile: The Difference Between a Product Backlog and a User Story

Understanding the difference between a product backlog and a user story is crucial. It’s like knowing the rules of the game – it helps you play more effectively. Product owners can use these tools to their full potential, delivering high-quality products on time and within budget.

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Mastering Product Backlog Management: A User Story Mapping Approach

What if there’s a better way?

In this article, we’ll challenge traditional approaches to managing the product backlog, introduce you to User Story Mapping, and show you how to keep the context behind each backlog item.

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Agile User Stories Made Simple: A Step-by-Step Guide with Cardboard

Want to get better at writing Agile user stories? That’s a smart move. Maybe you’re a Scrum Master, Agile coach, or a member of a product team. In this guide, we’ll cover the basics: what are Agile user stories, how do you write them, and how to use them effectively. Then we’ll show you how they fit into the bigger picture – the value stream.

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The Product Backlog: A Rock Concert of User Stories

In the realm of product development, the backlog is often perceived as a monotonous list of tasks. It’s seen as a necessary evil, a relentless setlist filled with features, bugs, and technical debt.

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When Will It Be Done? Unpacking Estimation Strategies for Product Managers

Estimation. It’s the eight-letter word that haunts every product manager’s dreams. We’ve all been there, haven’t we? Staring down the barrel of a new feature, trying to predict how long it will take to go from concept to code.

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From Roadmap to Backlog: Unleashing the Power of User Story Mapping

You’re a product leader. You’ve got a roadmap that’s as beautiful as a Monet painting. It’s strategic, it’s visionary, it’s… utterly useless when it comes to the day-to-day grind. Your development team is staring at it like it’s an alien artifact. They need a backlog, a to-do list, not a piece of abstract art.

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How to Prioritize Agile Stories

Using a problem based approach to assign priority One of the biggest steps after you’ve planned and mapped […]

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Webinar: Introduction to User Story Mapping

Building products can be tough, the proper planning can ensure your products are their best. In this webinar, […]

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The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and User Story Mapping

SAFe includes practices and principals for large scale software development efforts. The intent is to scale what works […]

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