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Product Ownership - Jose Casal - Public Sector Agile SIG Product Ownership - Jose Casal - Public Sector Agile SIG Presentation Transcript

  • Product Ownership 1
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  • DO WE NEEDPRODUCT OWNERS? 3
  • DESIREAUTHORITYRESPONSIBILITYKNOWLEDGE(AVAILABILITY) 4
  • ESSENTIAL ENABLERS UNCOMPROMISING QUALITY PRODUCT MANAGEMENT ROBUST TESTING SOFTWARE CRAFTSMANSHIP 5
  • WHAT WHEN VISIONSIGN-OFF 6
  • Traditional Development ApproachANALYSE DESIGN BUILD TEST DEPLOY 7
  • Organisational WaterfallsANALYSE ANALYSTS DESIGN ARCHITECTS FEATURE BUILD DEVELOPERS COMPONENT TEST TESTERS DEPLOY OPERATIONS 8
  • Pass the Bucket http://catholicstudentleadership.com/2013/01/04/day-7-the-build-day-2/dsc02432/ 9
  • Traditional Approach Agile Approach Quality - Aknown risk to be actively managed Quality of the solution agreed and fixed 10
  • Concept-to-Cash Business FlowIDEA ANALYSE DESIGN BUILD TEST DEPLOY SUPPORT 11
  • The Agile AnomalyIDEA ANALYSE DESIGN BUILD TEST DEPLOY SUPPORT 12
  • The Agile AnomalyIDEA ANALYSE DESIGN BUILD TEST DEPLOY SUPPORT 13
  • Distance, Resistance & Fragility Water-Scrum-Fall. Forrester Report 14
  • The Second Chasm of Agilehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technology_adoption_lifecycle 15
  • Process Complexity Diagram Far fromAgreement Chaos Requirements Complex Close toAgreement Simple Close to Technology Far from Certainty Certainty 16
  • WORKINGON THE FRINGES OF REASON 17
  • Business Culture“The Reengineering Alternative”. William Schneider 18
  • LEAN KANBAN APPROACH TO CHANGE START WITH WHAT WE DO NOWAGREE TO PURSUE INCREMENTAL CHANGEINITIALLY RESPECT ALL CURRENT ROLESENCOURAGE ACTS OF LEADERSHIP AT ALL LEVELS 19
  • Do you know your stakeholders? 20
  • Navigating Conflict 21
  • PRODUCT OWNER TECHNIQUES 22
  • As a…I Want to…So That… 23
  • Product Vision Boardhttp://romanpichler.com/ 24
  • Product Personahttp://romanpichler.com/ 25
  • Product Canvashttp://romanpichler.com/ 26
  • Story Mapping http://www.flickr.com/photos/49942291@N06/6307658357/http://www.agileproductdesign.com/presentations/user_story_mapping/index.html 27
  • Scenarios 28
  • Requirements Dinosaurhttp://yuvalyeret.com/2012/12/30/explaining-mvps-mvfs-mmfs-via-the-leanagile-requirements-dinosaur/ 29
  • @jose_casal@radtacltd@bcs_agile 30