Engaging and Entertaining Workshop

We believe boring is the enemy of learning, that’s why we created our user story workshops, perfect for anyone who will be involved in writing user stories! These workshops are a fun and interactive way to help you and your team focus on what a user story is, how to gather requirements, and document them through hands-on exercises. We cover real-world examples from you and other attendees organizations so you walk away with confidence.

Training for Your Team

We offer private classes for organizations who have one or more teams that will attend training. Private classes can be held at your location and allow us to cater to the needs of your organization.

Training for You

Public classes are a great fit if you or a few of your colleagues are looking
to attend training. We regularly teach public Scrum Master classes virtually online and in Chicago, New York City, Seattle, and Los Angeles.


User stories are a people-first approach to informally documenting the product needs of a user. They are written from the perspective of the end-user to communicate the problem and the value derived from a solution. The idea is to start with the end in mind and work forward toward the how.

Good user stories provide the space for innovation and an additional layer of transparency that facilitates empiricism in Scrum.


Well-structured user stories:

  • Reduce misinterpretations
  • Decrease misunderstandings and false starts
  • Create a clearer picture of the problem, and any constraints, fostering innovation and creativity
  • Enable successful product development, planning, and faster delivery of working product

You’ll leave knowing how to:

  • Reduce large requests into smaller and smaller problem statements designed to achieve specific goals
  • Have a clear focus on your customers and value that can be delivered
  • Create excellent, well-written, easy to understand user stories that clearly communicate the problem to be solved


The User Story Workshop course is perfect for team members who are involved
in writing user stories. This could include:

  • People with User Story experience looking to further their Scrum skills
  • Individuals who are new to the User Story technique and want to immerse themselves in Scrum
  • Developers wanting to learn how to apply Scrum effectively while defining product features
  • Team members, especially Product Owners, who want to advance their knowledge in Scrum
  • Business Analysts who aren't familiar with Scrum, but are working with agile development teams

Join the Responsive Advisors Community

Once you take a Responsive Advisors course, our journey together doesn’t end there. You have access to our exclusive community of practice where we share ideas, share invites to alumni-only events, and provide post-class support.