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Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
Steering Iterative and Incremental Delivery with Jeff Patton
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  • 4. Steering iterative and incremental delivery 7!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %$$
  • 5. Product Ownership takes a team!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %$%
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  • 11. To release on a schedule leverage incremental and iterative thinking (What’s the difference?)!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %$?
  • 12. ?1-<0>-@-2A"B;1/75"*"B14"*4"*"@> Incrementing calls for a fully formed idea. And, doing it on time requires dead accurate estimation. 1 2 3 4 5!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %$C
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  • 15. Product Owners must understand the delivery strategy that leads to a finished product ?<;/@4;0"*4"6*01,;5"54*25",A"<,>@/B,-."C;5D"7EF05*G.")*015!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %%%
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  • 21. )/*?"@2,,7AB+0AB54C good better best!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %%D
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  • 25. )01,01?@"8,0A"4,">*B1>1@"/*0-1-2 !"#$%&%("#$)&"$(&*( acquired product knowledge +",$"(-.&)/&%(01"( $&10(2$3/.40( 5&6#0"7($&78 !"#$%&%("#$)&"$( #-3.0(0"41%&4#)( 41#))"%"7( 5&6#0"7($&78 time 9"(4#%(:%&71(3%( Opening Mid Game End Game 65"(-;(<0$&55&%( Game Early stories emphasize Once we’re confident Over time the value of 01"(0#&)=(>(/"*"$$&%( iteration and learning. we have the “shape” stories begin to We need to be sure we’re building the of the product right, we begin to pile in diminish signaling it’s time for release $":%"5"%07 right product value!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %#%
  • 26. ?0"*0"43"@A"<,-<B45!"#$%&()"&(*+&,%-+#.(+/&#+&01/%,&(+&*21$&()&2%1", !"#$%&(#)*+",-./(+01, 2%034"0&5($+6+3#/1+* !"#$%&(#)*+",-./(+01( 1++7*8, 9#":(,/3.;*8(-+%".,7&, <##$4=+>+"4=+,(,"0+8: 2+3.6+":(,"0+8: ?035.*8(,5+3+#*!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %##
  • 27. We fail when we can’t collaborate effectively to deliver!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %#?
  • 28. Build shared understanding throughout design and development!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %#?
  • 29. We fail when we can’t imagine the future!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %#?
  • 30. Map the future vision of your product!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %#?
  • 31. We fail when we believe the experience we imagine is true!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %#?
  • 32. Plan to learn: build enough to validate early!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %#?
  • 33. Now and Later!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %#?
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  • 37. Story Mapping examples Thanks to all those that have sent photos. This is just a few. Please send your examples to jpatton@acm.org!"#$%%"&(")*+,-."*//"012345"05067."8889:21/)0,7;<4=512-9<,> %??
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