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Calgary, AB: Calgary IIBA® Professional Development Day


October 22  2015









Presenter: Mark Lines


Requirements Modeling with User Story Mapping

User Stories are the most common way to define and organize requirements 
for agile projects.  However people often struggle with how to effectively elicit 
and organize them into a coherent solution.  Story Mapping is a popular modeling
technique that provides a holistic yet structured approach to putting your agile
requirements into context and a set of flows.  In this workshop we covered the
basics of creating Story Maps and reinforce the ideas with a fun exercise of 
creating your own Story Map. Mark shared lessons learned from his years of 
experience managing requirements on agile projects.


  • Participants learned how User Stories and User Story Mapping are related
  • Shown how to organize work flows with Story Mapping techniques
  • Learned how Story Mapping can help to effectively identify and organize requirements on agile projects and flush out how different types of users will interact with your system
  • Participants applied their knowledge by creating their own Story Map with sticky notes


Calgary IIBA® Professional Development Day 



Add greater strategic value to your organization


Attend the Calgary IIBA® Professional Development Day on October 22nd in the Enmax Conservatory building at the Calgary Zoo - Where BAs Go Wild!

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN: Through hands-on interactive workshops and case studies, participants will learn one or more key concepts and techniques in a practical way to apply back on the job.

  • Learn some of the best ways to think strategically and how to pinpoint and address what is important to thriving organizations today. 
  • Choose from several workshops in traditional business analysis, soft skills, and other areas. 
  • Focus on topics that are of most interest to you whether you are a CBAP or are new to business analysis. 

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