Joe's release planning Nashville Feb 2013

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Some slides I used to discuss my typical approach to Release Planning in a Scrum context. Discussion at the Nashville PMI Agile COP Meeting, Feb 2013

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Joe's release planning Nashville Feb 2013

  1. 1. Joe’s Release Planning Nashville, Feb 5, 2013
  2. 2. Problem: Scrum or not?Agile release planning is not part of thesimple framework of Scrum
  3. 3. Upfront some is ok?We always know somethingWe never know everythingDecent plan vs Speed (delay, cost)Revise every Sprint
  4. 4. Why?To plan (when? how much $?)To identify what we knowTo shareTo learn (knowledge creation)To motivateTo get everyone on the same page
  5. 5. WhoProduct OwnerImplementersScrumMasterBusiness stakeholders
  6. 6. Steps - 1VisionProduct BacklogBusiness value Priority Poker - BVPEffort Planning Poker - SP
  7. 7. Steps - 1 Effort Risks, depend., learning, MMFS, other ORDER THE WORK
  8. 8. Steps - 2ORDER THE WORKDraw the line (Scope-Date trade-off)Calculate velocityFigure the cost‘Communications plan’Fix-it plan
  9. 9. Why?So, if we did it that way......what would be the biggest outcome?
  10. 10. Rel. Plan RefactoringEvery Sprint“Everything changes, nothing remainsthe same.”Re-do everything that needs re-doingIncludes product backlog grooming...
  11. 11. More informationPlease contact me here: Joseph Little jhlittle@kittyhawkconsulting.com LeanAgileTraining.com LeanAgileTraining.com/blog h"p://agileconsor0um.pbworks.com/w/page/57940361/Joe%27s %20Release%20Planning

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