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Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
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Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
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Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
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Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
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Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli
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Portfolio Kanban - Sandy Mamoli

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  • 1. Portfolio Kanban Sandy Mamoli @smamol sandy@nomad8.com www.nomad8.com Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 2. Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 3. We’ll talk about Problems Causes Solutions Portfolio Kanban - how we implemented it How we prioritised Benefits & Challenges Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 4. Problems Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 5. What’s going on? Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 6. I asked and found ... ‣ Projects take a really long time to get finished ‣ We don’t know where our projects are at ‣ We can’t trust the estimates Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 7. Project stickies Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 8. We realised... ‣ Heaps of projects are in progress ‣ We have no idea of what our capacity is Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 9. Causes Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 10. Lack of visualisation Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 11. Organisational stop-go Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 12. Solution Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 13. Moving targets - fix them! Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 14. Stable teams Team 1 Wednesday, 25 September 13 Team 2 Team 3
  • 15. Stable priorities Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 16. Portfolio Kanban Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 17. Portfolio Kanban 1. Visualise your workflow 2. Limit work in progress 3. Manage flow 4. Make exit policies explicit 5. Implement feedback loops 6. Improve collaboratively Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 18. 1. Visualise your workflow Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 19. Step 1: Visualise Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 20. 2. Limit your WIP Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 21. Step 2: Limit WIP Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 22. Block stuff in progress Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 23. Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 24. Blocked means don’t work on it! Really Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 25. Track progress Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 26. 3. Manage flow Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 27. Step 3: Manage flow Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 28. 4. Exit policies Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 29. Make exit policies explicit Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 30. Make your rules explicit Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 31. 5. Feedback loops Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 32. You get what you measure Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 33. What matters to Trade Me? ‣ Get stuff out fast ‣ Have high quality ‣ Have happy clients (business people/ end users) ‣ Have happy employees ‣ Build the right thing Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 34. Get stuff out fast - cycle time Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 35. Get stuff out fast - stories shipped Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 36. Happiness surveys Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 37. Example: business survey On a scale of 1 to 5 do you feel... ... you have confidence that the problem you have will be solved, it will be solved well and it will be solved quickly? ... your projects are hitting the promised dates? ... the amount of time to get a project delivered is right and reasonable? ... project progress is highly visible and you always know what will happen next? ... you know how you can help and also influence successful delivery yourself? Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 38. Example: Employee survey Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 39. 6. Improve collaboratively Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 40. Step 6: Improve collaboratively Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 41. How we prioritised Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 42. Prioritisation session Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 43. What about started projects? Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 44. Democratic dot vote Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 45. Update the board Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 46. Prioritisation session outcomes ‣ A ranked list of 14 projects ‣ Shared understanding of all projects ‣ An agreement to do this every 3 months ‣ Acceptance that things will change Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 47. Where are we now? Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 48. Fewer projects in progress Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 49. Now ‣ Partially there ‣ Collect more data ‣ Have measures to know if we’re moving in the right direction Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 50. Benefits & challenges Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 51. Work on the right stuff Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 52. Shiny new things Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 53. Getting stuff out Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 54. Getting stuff out Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 55. Getting stuff out m co E Wednesday, 25 September 13 y ne Mo GE AT MC ats Bo
  • 56. Getting stuff out m co E Wednesday, 25 September 13 y ne Mo GE AT MC ats Bo
  • 57. Discussion point Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 58. Where are the bottlenecks? Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 59. Missing link to squads Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 60. Intangible goodness “I think tech get more empathy now that it’s all visible.” David Mole, Head of Projects Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 61. Challenge: Ownership Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 62. Challenge: keep changing it! Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 63. Challenge: Location Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 64. Portfolio Kanban 1. Visualise your workflow 2. Limit work in progress 3. Manage flow 4. Make exit policies explicit 5. Implement feedback loops 6. Improve collaboratively Wednesday, 25 September 13
  • 65. If you’re interested in seeing this presentation live feel free to get in touch. I live in Wellington, New Zealand. @smamol sandy@nomad8.com www.nomad8.com Wednesday, 25 September 13

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