Agile Product Journey – Idea to Inception
How do you turn your ideas into a project plan? How do you define what qualifies to be an MVP while designing a product roadmap? How can you make your requirements more user centric?
Business Agility enables organizations to maintain resilience in response to rapid change and market uncertainty. It applies and extends the original agile values principles to leadership, strategy, culture and governance across the organization and to customers, partners and other stakeholders.
Agile Product Journey – Idea to Inception is a highly interactive workshop meant to help you convert your ideas into a product backlog and devising a project plan out of it. With a series of hands-on activities, we will identify users for a product, prioritize and estimate the requirements & define an MVP.
Key topics we will cover:
- Managing products
- Strategy & product visioning
- User – goals, persona & journeys
- User stories & product backlog
- Prioritization, estimation, MVP
About the speaker
Ankit Agrawal is an Agile enthusiast, constantly looking for opportunities to promote people centric and agile ways of working. He is currently a Senior Consultant - Agile Lead at HSBC Technology India. Ankit has been a speaker and reviewer at some of the renowned national & international agile conferences. Ankit takes active interest in mentoring people aspiring to be scrum masters & product owners. He is a strong believer of diversity, equity, inclusion and allyship. An excel nerd and a big time Marvel movies fan, he is always available to discuss these topics and more over a cup of tea or coffee.
Rucha Kapare is an Agile enthusiast with over a decade of experience in software and product development. She is currently the Global Head of DEI Data at Springer Nature. She firmly believes diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are essential to creating a productive and innovative workplace. As an Agile practitioner, she strives to incorporate DEI principles into the Agile framework to create more inclusive and collaborative teams. She is also committed to allyship and researcher diversity and has spoken at several conferences. As a leader in Business Analysis and Agile methodologies, she enjoys facilitating workshops and meetings that help organizations embrace change and drive innovation.
Virtual event: Webinar details will be provided half-hour prior to the event to the registrants.
Cost: Free for IIBA members; $5 for non-members
Special thanks to our Platinum Sponsors!
About the IIBA Vancouver Chapter
The Vancouver Chapter of the IIBA provides a variety of development and networking opportunities related to Business Analysis and is planning a variety of events through the course of the year.