Consider this a gift, its also an experiment. Numbers are limited so if you would like to join please e-mail me today – if it goes well I’ll repeat, although I might ask for money next time.
I’m going to tun an online workshop entitled: Stories and Value.
Participation is limited to a 16 and its going to be first come first served – blog/newsletter readers are getting the first chance to sign-up.
This is based on my existing “Requirements, Backlogs and User Stories” workshop which has itself mutated into a discussion of stories and value. The workshop will run as a series of 90 minute sessions, one a week for four weeks online.
I want the workshop sessions to remain interactive, I’m sure I will use some slides at some point but I want to keep it interactive. So I’m going to limit participation to 12.
The draft schedule is:
- Workshop 1: How value influences our thinking
- Workshop 2: Good and Bad User Stories
- Workshop 3: Estimating story value
- Workshop 4: Time value profiles and closing discussion
I plan on using exercises throughout and I think I know how to run them online. And I want discussion! – I may even set a little homework between sessions.
But in all honesty, it’s an experiment. So, I’m not planning on charging for this – it is Free!
If you find it valuable you can make a payment – like those “pay what you like” restaurants. That will itself be feedback.
I’m thinking Wednesday, 3pm UK time so those in mainland Europe could join too (sorry US and Asia, maybe next time); on a Zoom conference. Start next week, April 1 ? – once I know who’s in we might debate this between ourselves.
My thinking is still developing on this so let me know if you have any ideas to contribute. (And if you can’t join but want to let me know, feedback is valuable too! Likewise, if you are tempted but want to see something different please tell me and I’ll see what I can do.)
So, if you want to join these sessions please e-mail me, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a minimally viable experiment so its all a bit crude.