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Agiles 2009 - Visual Management - Xavier Quesada Allue

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Information visualization techniques and the visual workplace play a fundamental role in creating visibility and helping build transparency and trust among Agile teams. Come learn how you can apply …

Information visualization techniques and the visual workplace play a fundamental role in creating visibility and helping build transparency and trust among Agile teams. Come learn how you can apply Visual Management tecniques to improve the way you work!

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  • 1. VISUAL MANAGEMENT Xavier Quesada Allue
  • 2. ABOUT THE PRESENTER • Author of the Visual Management Blog • Certified Scrum Coach • From Argentina, lives in Belgium
  • 3. WHY VISUALIZE?
  • 4. ”...half of the human brain is devoted directly or indirectly to vision..” Professor Mriganka Sur MIT Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences
  • 5. “BRAIN RULES” JOHN MEDINA
  • 6. WHAT CAN WE VISUALIZE?
  • 7. INFORMATION
  • 8. THINKING
  • 9. SIGNS AND SIGNALS
  • 10. PROCESS
  • 11. WORK
  • 12. PROGRAMS, PROJECTS, FEATURES, TASKS ...it all boils down to non- repetitive work
  • 13. VISUAL MANAGEMENT
  • 14. TASKBOARDS
  • 15. BUT NOT ALL TASKBOARDS ARE CREATED EQUAL
  • 16. SO... LET’S BUILD SOME GOOD TASKBOARDS
  • 17. GUIDELINES • Divide yourself into teams (max 8 teams). • Each team has to build their own taskboard.
  • 18. GUIDELINES • Focuson quality, readability and usability. Make them look nice. • Be creative. • Butalso think about process, not just aesthetics.
  • 19. RULES • Goal: build a basic taskboard. • We will simulate being in the middle of a sprint. Look at • You have four stories in the paper for WIP status scope for this sprint. Each details. story is divided into five tasks.
  • 20. BUILD • Taskboardmust show all the work in scope and its status • Taskboardmust show who is working on what
  • 21. REVIEW • Split up into “presenters” and “critics” • Presenterswill stay to defend the work you did • Critics will go review the work of other teams.
  • 22. ROUND 2 • Improve your taskboard • Implement at least three additional requirements
  • 23. REVIEW ROUND 2 • Split up into “presenters” and “critics” again • Explain the three optional requirements and whatever you improved since round 1
  • 24. WRAPUP How would Xavier do it?
  • 25. THANK YOU! Please visit the Visual Management Blog http://www.xqa.com.ar/visualmanagement