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A slidedeck used at pacemaker.io to introduce user stories, lean and agile to a mixed audience of digital production agencies and customers.

A slidedeck used at pacemaker.io to introduce user stories, lean and agile to a mixed audience of digital production agencies and customers.

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Introduction to Lean & Agile - Pacemaker.io Presentation Transcript

  • 1. lean & agile project management pacemaker @bartvermijlen
  • 2. lean & agile?
  • 3. hackaton goal: _ generate an idea with a unique value proposition _ test a hypothesis towards its value & growth _ showcase
  • 4. hackaton classic project management approach: _ a document
  • 5. hackaton classic project management approach: _ a document test hypothesis?
  • 6. hackaton we need another project management approach: _ a working prototype
  • 7. waterfall phase-gate concept ideation design production http://www.flickr.com/photos/cluczkow/8650038393/
  • 8. waterfall phase-gate concept ideation design pro du cti on http://www.flickr.com/photos/cluczkow/8650038393/
  • 9. waterfall phase-gate 68% of IT projects fail concept ideation design pro du cti on http://www.flickr. com/photos/cluczkow/8650038393/ http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/tech-decisionmaker/study-68-percent-of-it-projects-fail/661/
  • 10. solution? a different approach?
  • 11. agile! http://www.flickr.com/photos/puliarfanita/8695471645/
  • 12. waterfall phase-gate concept ideation design production
  • 13. waterfall phase-gate concept ideation design production 100%
  • 14. Pareto 80 20
  • 15. Pareto 80% of the money spent in strip clubs goes to 20% of the dancers
  • 16. agile iterative concept ideation concept ideation design concept ideation design production concept ideation design production design production production
  • 17. agile iterative concept ideation concept ideation design design production 80% concept ideation concept ideation design production design production 20% production
  • 18. getting started?
  • 19. scope definition
  • 20. scope definition waterfall 500 pages functional description
  • 21. scope definition waterfall agile 500 pages functional description user stories
  • 22. user stories As a {type of user} I can {goal} so that {reason}.
  • 23. user stories As a visitor of the website I can submit my email address so that I receive the newsletter.
  • 24. user stories - 3 C’s Card Conversation Confirmation Ron Jeffries - http://xprogramming.com/articles/expcardconversationconfirmation/
  • 25. user stories - 3 C’s Card -> Sticky Notes Conversation -> Stop writing, start talking Confirmation -> Acceptance Criteria Ron Jeffries - http://xprogramming.com/articles/expcardconversationconfirmation/
  • 26. user stories @ pacemaker 1_ brainstorm 2_ write down user stories (with acceptance criteria) 3_ prioritize in function of value 4_ start coding 5_ make a Minimum Viable Product that allows you to test your hypothesis
  • 27. agile iterative concept ideation concept ideation design design production sprint 1 - MVP concept ideation concept ideation design production design production production
  • 28. what is agile?
  • 29. @bartvermijlen
  • 30. BAS 2013 @bartvermijlen source: agilemanifesto.org
  • 31. BAS 2013 @bartvermijlen
  • 32. BAS 2013 @bartvermijlen
  • 33. BAS 2013 @bartvermijlen
  • 34. agile into practice: scrum
  • 35. what is scrum?
  • 36. Scrum http://www.flickr.com/photos/west_point/5506094415/
  • 37. BAS 2013 @bartvermijlen
  • 38. timeboxes ● ● ● ● sprint planning daily scrum sprint review sprint retrospective roles ● ● ● team product owner scrum master artefacts ● ● ● backlog scrum board burndown
  • 39. BAS 2013 @bartvermijlen
  • 40. BAS 2013 @bartvermijlen
  • 41. BAS 2013 @bartvermijlen
  • 42. Scrum Applied: Scrum for Rock Bands
  • 43. scrum limitations: _ a lot of meetings -> overhead _ when a project turnover is 4 weeks, use 2 sprints? _ 3 columns: no room for mapping the complex value chain
  • 44. kanban
  • 45. kanban advantages: _ no timeboxes self emergent meetings -> less overhead _ no fixed sprint length _ multiple columns: -> room for mapping the complex value chain _ no burndown (velocity) measurement -> WIP limits & lead time
  • 46. kanban
  • 47. WIP limits -> detect bottlenecks
  • 48. lead time -> optimize throughput
  • 49. origin of kanban: lean
  • 50. what is lean?
  • 51. Toyota Production System (TPS)
  • 52. eliminate waste _ overproduction _ waiting _ transportation _ inventory _ motion _ over-processing _ defects
  • 53. Build: Develop Minimum Viable Product Measure: Test hypothesis (value & growth) Learn: Pivot
  • 54. Lean Startup Applied: Doubtcloud
  • 55. summary?
  • 56. agile & lean values _ transparency _ inspection _ adaptation _ TRUST
  • 57. project/process (micro-)management company culture
  • 58. How come this works?
  • 59. Culture Hacking
  • 60. A culture hack is the minimal, artful intervention which, if successful, influences the culture of an organisation by making use of the crack. A hack consists of activities creating events that have the potential to change a prevalent idea or assumption, e.g. by introducing narratives telling a different truth. http://bizculturehackers.com/a-culture-hack-is/
  • 61. What’s in it for me?
  • 62. What’s In It for You?
  • 63. retrospective
  • 64. leanpub.com/theagileagency