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  • 1. The Secret of effectiveIteration Planning
  • 2. Your Host Clayton Lengel-Zigich Certified Scrum Master Certified Scrum Product Owner Certified Scrum Professional clayton@integrumtech.com @claytonlz
  • 3. ComePrepared
  • 4. When we prioritizeitems in our product backlog, weprepare for iteration planning.
  • 5. When we clarify itemsin our product backlog, weprepare for iteration planning.
  • 6. When we size items in ourproduct backlog, weprepare for iteration planning.
  • 7. Visualizethe Work
  • 8. When we wireframethe details of a feature, wevisualize the work to be completed.
  • 9. When we diagramcomplex systems, wevisualize the work to be completed.
  • 10. This guy needs an activity.
  • 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. Negotiate
  • 13. When we simplifythe details of a feature, wenegotiate the scope of the feature.
  • 14. When we compromisecomplexity for value , wenegotiate the scope of the feature.
  • 15. “Would this feature still be valuable without _______?”
  • 16. DescribeyourFeatures
  • 17. When we describethe behavior of a feature, wetell a story about how feature will be used.
  • 18. “What happens when _______?”
  • 19. Activities for all!
  • 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. DefineDone
  • 22. When we agreeto what’s required for a feature, we define what it means to be done.
  • 23. When we understandthe steps required to complete afeature, we define what it means to be done.
  • 24. When we explainhow a feature will deliver value, we define what it means to be done.
  • 25. “How will we know when this feature is complete?”
  • 26. 1. Would this feature still be valuable without _______?2.What happens when _______?3.How will we know when this feature is complete?
  • 27. ContactIntegrum Technologies - integrumtech.com - 888.999.1246SlidesAvailable on SlideShareTwitter@integrum@claytonlz