Starting a new project using Scrum

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I gave this to the Melbourne Scrum Users Group. It was an interesting group with a few experience scrum users and many inexperienced people via the ACS, so the talk had to accommodate some Scrum 101 …

I gave this to the Melbourne Scrum Users Group. It was an interesting group with a few experience scrum users and many inexperienced people via the ACS, so the talk had to accommodate some Scrum 101 stuff, and went longer than planned with me talking for a bit over an hour.

In the end it went well, and I hope I get some feedback from the audience via the meetup site and ACS website.

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  • 1. Starting a New ProjectCraig BrownMelbourne Scrum Users GroupApril 13, 2011http://www.meetup.com/scrum-12/www.betterprojects.net
  • 2. Last month we came together and created abacklog of things we want to explore.This month our focus is to take this contentand shape it into a project, using theprinciples and methods of scrum.The theme is naturally "Starting a project."The agenda: Ill do a short 10 minute talkand then we break into smaller groups toconvert broad concepts and ideas intoactions.
  • 3. Part 1: Talk
  • 4. Talk about starting new projectsLearn what’s going on with you guysSet up a repeatable scalable system of getting things done (for this group)Practice some gamesWHAT DO I WANT OUT OF THIS?
  • 5. New Project
  • 6. Remember: Everything is relative Image: Jurgen @ Noop.nl Book: Management 3.0
  • 7. Who’s who?
  • 8. Zombies c/o Pictofigo & Derek HuetherCollaboration c/ Bas de Baar
  • 9. $A whole other topic
  • 10. Too many Requirements
  • 11. What doyou guys do?
  • 12. User stories are optional… It’s the list that matters. Scaling Software Agility Dean Leffingwell
  • 13. Bill Wake INVEST in good user storiesIndependentNegotiableValuableEstimableSized rightTestable
  • 14. How long is yours?
  • 15. Sprinting at Enterprises Release! Release! Release! Release! Release!
  • 16. Integration to Prince2and all that PMO stuff
  • 17. Standish 2009 24% 44% 32%I like to use past performance It can be a compelling case
  • 18. Now you are ready toget started
  • 19. Part 2: Activity
  • 20. We work in Teams
  • 21. Take the backlog we made last month. Prioritize by coolness Size the stories Teams pick them and go foreward
  • 22. Some obvious next stepsConverting PBIs to Sprint Backlog Items
  • 23. REMEMBER THE FUTURE