18
May

Building an Effective User Story

WHAT: Building an Effective User Story
WHO: Megan Jackson Stowe and Brian Klemm
WHEN: Wednesday, May 17th, 2017, 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
WHERE: Austin American-Statesman @ 305 S. Congress Ave.

Let’s face it. Writing great user stories is hard but they are essential to creating high quality “agile requirements”. If you are a Product Owner who is interested in breaking down your new product or feature into ‘actionable stories’, or you are just curious about the power of the User Story in agile environments, then join us for this workshop.

5:30 pm Doors open, Pre-event networking, Snacks, AV setup
6:00 pm Welcome Address and Introduction of Brian Klemm of Pendo*
6:05 pm Pendo presents ‘Data: The Foundation for Better User Stories’
6:25 pm Introduction of Megan Jackson Stowe
6:30 pm Megan presents ‘User Story Bootcamp’
8:00 pm Post-event networking

Megan Jackson Stowe is a Senior Product Manager at Seilevel who trains, coaches, and works as a product owner for a variety of software product types. An advocate of Seilevel’s Requirements Modeling Language (RML), she focuses on using more pictures and less words to get teams to deliver business value faster, creating products their customers love, and having fun while doing it. Megan is also a regular speaker at Agile Austin.

Brian Klemm is an account executive with Pendo*, a data-driven platform started in Raleigh, NC that helps organizations understand and guide users to build a better product. Brian joined Pendo in 2016 ready to fuel the Pendo SaaS rocketship. Brian’s love of technology, and straightforward manner are what sets him apart, and what draws him to Austin’s tech scene. Both simply know how to get things done!

Comments
  1. Michael McGrail

    May 30, 2017 - 4:58 pm

    Do you have a video, slide deck, or audio file of the meeting available?

    Thanks!

    Michael

    • PCA Owner

      May 31, 2017 - 9:13 am

      Michael, thank you for your interest in the presentation. Megan was gracious enough to share here slides here.

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