The Secret of Effective Iteration Planning

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The Secret of Effective Iteration Planning

  1. 1. The Secret of effectiveIteration Planning
  2. 2. Your Host Clayton Lengel-Zigich Certified Scrum Master Certified Scrum Product Owner Certified Scrum Professional clayton@integrumtech.com @claytonlz
  3. 3. ComePrepared
  4. 4. When we prioritizeitems in our product backlog, weprepare for iteration planning.
  5. 5. When we clarify itemsin our product backlog, weprepare for iteration planning.
  6. 6. When we size items in ourproduct backlog, weprepare for iteration planning.
  7. 7. Visualizethe Work
  8. 8. When we wireframethe details of a feature, wevisualize the work to be completed.
  9. 9. When we diagramcomplex systems, wevisualize the work to be completed.
  10. 10. This guy needs an activity.
  11. 11. White boarding As a visitor I want to see - Large photo of resort hot vacation deals so - Big price - “Book Now!” button that I can find a - Show 3 at a time vacation for a good value - Fine print
  12. 12. Negotiate
  13. 13. When we simplifythe details of a feature, wenegotiate the scope of the feature.
  14. 14. When we compromisecomplexity for value , wenegotiate the scope of the feature.
  15. 15. “Would this feature still be valuable without _______?”
  16. 16. DescribeyourFeatures
  17. 17. When we describethe behavior of a feature, wetell a story about how feature will be used.
  18. 18. “What happens when _______?”
  19. 19. Activities for all!
  20. 20. Writing Scenarios As a user I want to use my credit card to pay for - Can copy billing info to shipping info - Can choose to save their CC details my order so that I can - All fields required easily complete my - Dynamically calculate tax (zipcode) purchase
  21. 21. DefineDone
  22. 22. When we agreeto what’s required for a feature, we define what it means to be done.
  23. 23. When we understandthe steps required to complete afeature, we define what it means to be done.
  24. 24. When we explainhow a feature will deliver value, we define what it means to be done.
  25. 25. “How will we know when this feature is complete?”
  26. 26. 1. Would this feature still be valuable without _______?2.What happens when _______?3.How will we know when this feature is complete?
  27. 27. ContactIntegrum Technologies - integrumtech.com - 888.999.1246SlidesAvailable on SlideShareTwitter@integrum@claytonlz

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