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  • 1. Pierre E. NEIS
    using Scrum and Lean to manage Start-up Portfolios in VC's & Private Equities
  • 2. [sKale] up!
  • 3. Who am I?
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    Project Management
    Scrum
    Coach
    PMO
  • 4. LKB2010
  • 5. Why this topic?
    1. VCs are strongly investing in SW start’ups
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    2. A lot of new start’ups are agile
    3. “Agile” PM fosters innovation
    4. Jeff Sutherland’s Presentation on “Take no Prisoners” was a revelator for me
  • 6. The Story
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  • 7. The Problemfor me
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  • 8. Venture Capital?
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  • 9. LKB2010

  • 10. Due Dilligence?
    Background
    Product & Services
    Market & Competition
    Technology & Manufacturing
    Marketing & Sales Strategy
    Organization & Management
    Finance
    Legal Aspects
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  • 11. LKB2010

  • 12. Capital PLUS?
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  • 13. How?
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  • 14. We have a Portfolio & Governance
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  • 15. Agile Governance Goals
    11th PMI
    Day
  • 16. Problems
    Scrum cannot be used  people cannot focus on only one project
    Kanban is too light and Scrum Ceremonies are good stuff
    Lean isn’t reactive enough
    I haven’t study Scrumban enough
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  • 17. LKB2010
    So What?
  • 18. Organisation’s Onion
    CIO
    Chief Product Owner
    Vision
    Added Value + Velocity
    Roadmap
    Team + ScrumMaster
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  • 19. Start’up Kanban
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  • 20. Changing Roles # 1
    VC’s rep. Is still in the start’up’s board
    But act as a Product Owner and K-Coordinator
    Focus on Value and Scope
    Evaluate Risks
    Use co-production mode
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  • 21. Changing Roles # 2
    Using external “Agile” Coaches
    To help transition
    To lean process
    To help organization to reach expected goals
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  • 22. Changing Roles # 3
    Start’ups are no more seen as investment
    Start’ups are seen as Business Partner
    Start’ups are seen as an “Agile Team”
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  • 23. LKB2010
    Conclusion
  • 24.
    Acting that way helps VC’s to reduce risk, increase they revenues.
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  • 25.
    Venture Capitalists are much more than Bankers, they are Business Partner
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  • 26.
    Venture Capital companies invests in Agile Companies first
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  • 27. That was my presentation on using Scrum and Lean to manage Start-up Portfolios in VC's & Private Equities
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  • 28. Questions?
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  • 29. Wake up is Done
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  • 30. LKB2010