Staying Agile within a Waterfall: A Project from Start to Finish

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Ever wonder how a real agile team takes a project from start to finish? PSCAD has grown into an agile team within a non-agile (i.e. waterfall) environment over the years, by piecing together agile techniques that work for them. Here, they will share the process of evolving a project from an idea to production. This session will detail how PSCAD uses agile techniques such as Planning Poker, Kanban, silent brainstorming, and story mapping to generate successful projects.

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Staying Agile within a Waterfall: A Project from Start to Finish

  1. 1. Staying agile within a waterfall A project from start to finish Alyson Teterenko & Mark Kulchycki Thank you to our Sponsors
  2. 2. PSCAD Agile within a waterfall
  3. 3. A project from start to finish Silent Brainstorming Story Mapping Planning Poker Kanban Peer Review Customer/User Engagement Retrospect
  4. 4. Silent Brainstorming
  5. 5. Story Mapping (Part 1)
  6. 6. Story Mapping (Part 2)
  7. 7. Planning Poker
  8. 8. Kanban
  9. 9. Kanban
  10. 10. Peer Review
  11. 11. Customer/User Engagement
  12. 12. Retrospect
  13. 13. Takeaways • Where do our ideas come from?  Silent Brainstorming • How do we define scope?  Story Mapping • How do we determine estimates?  Planning Poker • How do we track progress?  Kanban • How do we maintain quality and share knowledge?  Peer Reviews • How do we create the right features for our users?  Customer/User Engagement • How do we continuously improve?  Retrospects
  14. 14. Questions?
  15. 15. Thank You!

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