Good business software must be tailored to the domain and the tasks of its users. Therefore, all roles involved in software development must understand the domain and speak the domain language of the department: developers, testers, product owners, project managers and requirements engineers. With the help of domain storytelling you can build this common basis for understanding. The often-existing traditional gaps between departments can be narrowed and bridged.
Collectively modelling business processes
Domain storytelling means that experts tell stories about their domain. As we listen, we record the domain stories with a visual language in front of the experts. This means that everyone involved can immediately see whether the problem (or the story) has been understood correctly. After just a few domain stories, we developed the main concepts of a domain: actors, their tasks, their tools (e.g. IT systems and apps) and the processed objects (e.g. documents).
Who is this training for?
- Product owners
- Business analysts / requirements engineers
- Developers with direct customer contact
- Project managers
- Department key users
- Scrum masters