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Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
Design thinking and agile development
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  • 1. *interactive cologne 2013 DESIGN THINKING & AGILE DEVELOPMENT* W. Alex Jansen alex@wajansen.co @phaoust
  • 2. WHO? consultant / trainer for lean, agile, business modelling degrees in computer science and music experience in multiple industries
  • 3. FOUNDER 1st at age 18, followed by more, IT and others Current: Materials for Scrum, Design Thinking, and Business Modelling
  • 4. WHAT IS THIS ABOUT ?
  • 5. SCRUM
  • 6. SCRUM Framework for agile, iterative product development On top of that, it‘s about autopoiesis, transparency, team processes and responsibility
  • 7. DESIGN THINKING
  • 8. DESIGN THINKING Way of finding solutions to complex questions Common attributes are: empathy, fail fast, iterate, interdisciplinary work, prototyping
  • 9. WHY SHOULD YOU WANT TO COMBINE IT ?
  • 10. THE IDEA BEHIND WITH DT figure out possible solution(s) for a question / situation create prototypes WITH SCRUM build the solution
  • 11. CAN THOSE TWO WORK TOGETHER?
  • 12. GOOD NEWS, EVERYONE!
  • 13. THERE ARE MANY OPTIONS I‘m going to show you one approach, two possibilities ...
  • 14. THERE ARE MANY OPTIONS I‘m going to show you one approach, two possibilities ... .... and a half.
  • 15. LET‘S START WITH THE PROCESS AND DO THE "WHO" LATER
  • 16. THE DT PROCESS
  • 17. THE SCRUM PROCESS
  • 18. WHERE DO THE STORIES COME FROM?
  • 19. WHAT IF THE BACKLOG IS THE OUTPUT OF A DT PROCESS?
  • 20. SOURCE: DT As a user I would like to achieve X to have Y ...
  • 21. HOW ABOUT EXISTING STORIES IN THE BACKLOG?
  • 22. SOURCE: STORY, DT ... ...
  • 23. ADVANTAGES Prototyped AcceptedVerified User centricPlayed out
  • 24. NOT ALL STORIES NEED TO GO THROUGH A DT PROCESS
  • 25. DESIGN THINKING SCRUM POSSIBLE COMBINATION
  • 26. OVERVIEW
  • 27. STORY As a user I would like to achieve X to have Y ...
  • 28. SO FAR, SO GOOD. WHAT ABOUT THE PEOPLE?
  • 29. THE TEAM interdisciplinary experts self organising committed communicating with stakeholders iterating SCRUM TEAM DESIGN THINKING TEAM
  • 30. THE PRODUCT OWNER communicates a clear vision the team's first contact for questions responsible for a well written, prioritised backlog responsible for the stories in the backlog PRODUCT OWNER
  • 31. SCRUM MASTER protects the team keeps the process going hosts the meetings SCRUM MASTER
  • 32. PO PROCESS SCRUM TEAM DESIGN THINKING TEAM QUESTIONS VISIONS BACKLOG COACH SM ROLES OVERVIEW
  • 33. CONCLUSION mindsets in DT and Scrum are very similar processes can be combined "make the customer / user happy" is essential .... and the devil's in the details.
  • 34. THANK YOU! QUESTIONS? W. Alex Jansen alex@wajansen.co @phaoust
  • 35. CREDITS Photos: © olesiabilkei - Fotolia.com © SergiyN - Fotolia.com © Ingo Vollenberg © W. Alex Jansen Artwork: © Caroline Schmidt, Munich Prinzessin © Business Visuals GbR

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