Lean-Agile-Design
the 360c advantage
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Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by
360c Connects Agile Development Methods, Lean Startu...
Execution is Everything!
Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by
We all know this, right?
Execution is Everything!
WRONG!
Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by
Unfortunately, it’s wrong.
Execution is Essential!
But Not Sufficient
Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by
Execution is always essential, but it’s rarely s...
Lean Startup Basics
Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by
Related Ideas:

 Process for Product Owner

 Pulls Together the Whole T...
Lean Startup Basics
● Develop Clear, Testable Hypotheses
Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by
Related Ideas:

 Process for Produ...
Lean Startup Basics
● Develop Clear, Testable Hypotheses
● Iterate Quickly
Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by
Related Ideas:

...
Lean Startup Basics
● Develop Clear, Testable Hypotheses
● Iterate Quickly
● Validated Learning is Unit of Progress
Copyri...
Lean Startup Basics
● Develop Clear, Testable Hypotheses
● Iterate Quickly
● Validated Learning is Unit of Progress
● Prod...
Validated Learning is
your unit of Progress
Focus on answering the question,
“What is the right thing to build?”
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The Agile Connection
● A Better Backlog
● An Iterative Approach
● Flow
● A Visible & Better Understood Customer
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Design & User Experience
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Quick Iteration - Focused on the Customer and their problem!
Embed...
Design & User Experience
● Iterate Quickly
Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by
Quick Iteration - Focused on the Customer and th...
Design & User Experience
● Iterate Quickly
● Embedded in the Process
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Quick Iteration - Focu...
Design & User Experience
● Iterate Quickly
● Embedded in the Process
● Partner with Product Owner & Engineering
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Design is not just what it
looks like.
Design is how it works.
— Steve Jobs
Do you embrace and live this?
Tear Down That Wall!
Between Design, Product Ownership, and Engineering.
Especially the kind that gets things tossed over.
We have all seen the problems...
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(“Yeah, the Designer is just in charge of colors and butto...
We have all seen the problems...
● Product Owner Who Isn’t
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(“Yeah, the Designer is just in ...
We have all seen the problems...
● Product Owner Who Isn’t
● Agile Development in a Vacuum/Bubble
Copyright Darius Dunlap,...
We have all seen the problems...
● Product Owner Who Isn’t
● Agile Development in a Vacuum/Bubble
● “Focus on User Experie...
We have all seen the problems...
● Product Owner Who Isn’t
● Agile Development in a Vacuum/Bubble
● “Focus on User Experie...
Exercise: What Changes?
● Examples:
● ... Product Backlog?
● ... The Product Owner’s Role?
● ... UX Role in Engineering?
●...
Enterprise - special challenges
It’s very hard to…
● Open to Customers
● Make Product Ownership Real
● Keep UX on the Team...
Enterprise Mitigation of Risk
Side-step Assumed downside risks:
● Start Small
● Start Frequently
● Iterate
● Do it!
● Doub...
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  1. 1. Lean-Agile-Design the 360c advantage C Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by 360c Connects Agile Development Methods, Lean Startup Approaches to Customers and Product, and Design and User Experience thinking in your team.
  2. 2. Execution is Everything! Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by We all know this, right?
  3. 3. Execution is Everything! WRONG! Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Unfortunately, it’s wrong.
  4. 4. Execution is Essential! But Not Sufficient Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Execution is always essential, but it’s rarely sufficient ... and never for long.
  5. 5. Lean Startup Basics Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Related Ideas: Process for Product Owner Pulls Together the Whole Team Approval Embedded
  6. 6. Lean Startup Basics ● Develop Clear, Testable Hypotheses Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Related Ideas: Process for Product Owner Pulls Together the Whole Team Approval Embedded
  7. 7. Lean Startup Basics ● Develop Clear, Testable Hypotheses ● Iterate Quickly Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Related Ideas: Process for Product Owner Pulls Together the Whole Team Approval Embedded
  8. 8. Lean Startup Basics ● Develop Clear, Testable Hypotheses ● Iterate Quickly ● Validated Learning is Unit of Progress Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Related Ideas: Process for Product Owner Pulls Together the Whole Team Approval Embedded
  9. 9. Lean Startup Basics ● Develop Clear, Testable Hypotheses ● Iterate Quickly ● Validated Learning is Unit of Progress ● Product — Market Fit is the Goal Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Related Ideas: Process for Product Owner Pulls Together the Whole Team Approval Embedded
  10. 10. Validated Learning is your unit of Progress Focus on answering the question, “What is the right thing to build?” Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Not “Features Implemented” Certainly not “Lines of Code”. ;-)
  11. 11. The Agile Connection ● A Better Backlog ● An Iterative Approach ● Flow ● A Visible & Better Understood Customer Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by What’s a “Better Backlog” mean in your org? Quick, flexible, iterative approach! Flow is possible when the whole team is engaged. Asking deeper questions — the key to understanding the customer Never take a customer for what they say. Dive Deeper!
  12. 12. Design & User Experience Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Quick Iteration - Focused on the Customer and their problem! Embedded — Connected in every decision about how things work Full partner in building a great product.
  13. 13. Design & User Experience ● Iterate Quickly Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Quick Iteration - Focused on the Customer and their problem! Embedded — Connected in every decision about how things work Full partner in building a great product.
  14. 14. Design & User Experience ● Iterate Quickly ● Embedded in the Process Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Quick Iteration - Focused on the Customer and their problem! Embedded — Connected in every decision about how things work Full partner in building a great product.
  15. 15. Design & User Experience ● Iterate Quickly ● Embedded in the Process ● Partner with Product Owner & Engineering Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Quick Iteration - Focused on the Customer and their problem! Embedded — Connected in every decision about how things work Full partner in building a great product.
  16. 16. Design is not just what it looks like. Design is how it works. — Steve Jobs Do you embrace and live this?
  17. 17. Tear Down That Wall! Between Design, Product Ownership, and Engineering. Especially the kind that gets things tossed over.
  18. 18. We have all seen the problems... Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by (“Yeah, the Designer is just in charge of colors and button shapes”)
  19. 19. We have all seen the problems... ● Product Owner Who Isn’t Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by (“Yeah, the Designer is just in charge of colors and button shapes”)
  20. 20. We have all seen the problems... ● Product Owner Who Isn’t ● Agile Development in a Vacuum/Bubble Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by (“Yeah, the Designer is just in charge of colors and button shapes”)
  21. 21. We have all seen the problems... ● Product Owner Who Isn’t ● Agile Development in a Vacuum/Bubble ● “Focus on User Experience - Hire a Designer” Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by (“Yeah, the Designer is just in charge of colors and button shapes”)
  22. 22. We have all seen the problems... ● Product Owner Who Isn’t ● Agile Development in a Vacuum/Bubble ● “Focus on User Experience - Hire a Designer” ● “Features Implemented” as unit of progress Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by (“Yeah, the Designer is just in charge of colors and button shapes”)
  23. 23. Exercise: What Changes? ● Examples: ● ... Product Backlog? ● ... The Product Owner’s Role? ● ... UX Role in Engineering? ● ... The Nature of a “Feature”? ● ... Your User Stories? Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Group Exercise. Break up into teams of 3-5 people, Working independently, Generate ideas about what changes Working together, put everyone’s ideas up on the wall. Make groupings of ideas, however makes sense Discuss, look for patterns
  24. 24. Enterprise - special challenges It’s very hard to… ● Open to Customers ● Make Product Ownership Real ● Keep UX on the Team Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Discussion generated from review of team exercise output.
  25. 25. Enterprise Mitigation of Risk Side-step Assumed downside risks: ● Start Small ● Start Frequently ● Iterate ● Do it! ● Double-down on Success Copyright Darius Dunlap, cc-by Examples pulled from team exercise output and other discussion. Start Small - initial work should be light and simple Start Freq. - Make this a habit. Do it quick, do it lots! Iterate - keep working on promising ideas Do it! - Take action. Don’t just talk about it (again, start small and simple)
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