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In this presentation I will discuss how to manage high ROI software development. In order to do so I will start by addressing the biggest challenges and then covering how to meet those challenges in a ...

In this presentation I will discuss how to manage high ROI software development. In order to do so I will start by addressing the biggest challenges and then covering how to meet those challenges in a good way. I will draw from my experiences from managing consultants, managing products and managing people in a product management department. I will also make use of my experiences from coaching organizations working according to Scrum. Including teams, scrummasters, product owners, managers and stakeholders.

What are the biggest challenges in managing high ROI software development and how are they best met. Participants in this seminar will get the opportunity to discuss management challenges and how to overcome them.

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    High ROI Development High ROI Development Presentation Transcript

    • Managing High ROI SoftwareDevelopment Arne Åhlander
    • Today•Challenges•How to deal with them
    • Good and Bad
    • Characteristics of GOOD Projects• Good communication and collaboration• Clear vision• Clear roles• Clear responsibilities• Link to customer• Openness and frequent feedback• Satisfied customer• Happy team
    • Good communicationWhen discussing what ismeant by this, it is mentionedcommunication betweenteam members, betweenteam and productowner, between productowner and stakeholders andalso communication to andfrom management.
    • ClarityThis includes:• clear vision• clear goals• responsibilities
    • Available CustomerIndividuals andteams developingsoftware productsvalue an availablecustomer, productowner orstakeholder.
    • OpenessOpeness andfrequent feedback isoften included onthe lists ofcharacteristics ofgood projects.
    • Happy TeamLast, but not least, Iwant to mention thecharacteristic of Happyteam. This is asummary of the notionof good teamspirit, good workingconditions andmotivated teammembers.
    • Dealing with the Challenges
    • Management Onion
    • StrategyPortfolioProductReleaseIteration Daily
    • Levels and Roles• Team• Product Management• Line and upper Management
    • Challenge 1 • Pointing out direction
    • Challenge 2
    • • The Note Table, by Tom Seymour
    • • Clarity Challenge 3
    • Challenge 4
    • Challenge 5
    • Challenge 5• happy campers • team members • POs • everyoneneed to be happy about their work
    • Who does what?
    • Line Management• Pointing out direction• Communication• Clarity• Boundaries for self organization
    • Product Owner• Available to team• Create Product Vision• Communicate Product Vision• Iteration Goals• Collaborate with stakeholders
    • Team• Commitment• Focus• Communicatio n• Openness• Decisions
    • Summary and Conclusions
    • Challenges• Pointing out direction• Communication• Clarity• Boundaries for self organization• Happy campers
    • Possible Solutions• Vision• Face to face as well as written• Verify clarity• Setting up necessary boundaries to support self organization• Ask and give feedback
    • Three things to remember
    • Arne Åhlanderarne.ahlander@aqqurite.sewww.twitter.com/arneahlhttp://www.linkedin.com/in/arneahlander