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  • 1. The SCRUM and the willpower: how neuroscience can boost your productivity Anna Obukhova, Agile Coach Topconf Tallinn November 2013
  • 2. Customers want the 400% increase! 22
  • 3. 33
  • 4. 44
  • 5. What the productivity is? 55
  • 6. Willpower energy is not endless 66
  • 7. 77
  • 8. The willpower fuels are: Sugar and Lysine 88
  • 9. Lysine – what it affects and regulates: Regulates      Energy metabolism and body recovery Lipids metabolism Immune system Short-term memory Attention concentration, focus Not enough Lysine     Anxiety, nervousness, cannot feel happiness Lower height or bad powerlifting results Allopecia – less hair on the head Problems with potency 99
  • 10. Strategies for productivity: 1 - Don’t spend Lysine 2 - Don’t allow others to spend our Lysine 3 - Get Results and be Happy 10 10
  • 11. Why it is about Scrum? 11 11
  • 12. Flow 1 - Don’t spend Willpower and Lysine  Habit  Ritual  Flow 12 12
  • 13. Flow 1 in Scrum: Don’t Spend willpower 1. Standup 2. Sprint Pulse 3. Pick the task 13 13
  • 14. Flow 2- Don’t allow others to spend your Lysine  Anxiety  Uncertainty  Stress 14 14
  • 15. Flow 2 in Scrum: reduce uncertainty 4. PBR meetings 5. Story tests and DOD 6. Change Requests 7. UT and Test Automation 15 15
  • 16. Flow 3 – Get the result and get happy  Get the result  Authorize the result  Sell the result 16 16
  • 17. Flow 3 in Scrum: Success well 8. Story - done 9. Tasks <= 1 day 10.Fixed Price Agile 17 17
  • 18. Compound effect 18 18
  • 19. What hyperproductivity potential you have? 19 19
  • 20. 1. Standup - identical 2. Sprint Pulse present and constant 3. Tasks picked by developers 4. PBR meetings prepare for commitment 5. Story tests used for Demo 6. Change Requests – Request for new result 7. UT and Test Automation – green tick 8. Story Done – visible acceptance 9. Tasks <= 1 day 10. Fixed Price Agile - result >money 20 20
  • 21. Is 400% productivity in Scrum a myth, a luck …or? 21 21
  • 22. Anna.Obukhova@luxoft.com Anna.Obukhova@mail.ru LinkedIn: Anna Obukhova 22 22