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Presentation held at Lean Tribe Gathering 20 in Malmö May 6 2014

Presentation held at Lean Tribe Gathering 20 in Malmö May 6 2014

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Scrum applied in a large scale organization | Marium Zulfiqar | LTG-20 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Lean Tribe Gathering 20 Marium Zulfiqar Software Quality Engineer email: marium.zulfiqar@mobenga.com
  • 2. Product Roadmap
  • 3. What Went Wrong Prior to Scrum Scrum by the book
  • 4. Market Window Missed • Lack of inter department transparency • Dependency of deliverables not clearly visible • Development team seen as responsible for the product releases and product road map.
  • 5. Scrum Across the Organization
  • 6. Inter Departement Story Mapping
  • 7. What Went Right • ”Product Roadmap” was prioritized over individual department roadmaps. • Sprint goals aligned to achieve product roadmap mile stones • Inter-department dependencies highlighted and worked in synchronization • Dependant stories refined and prioritized in synchronization with other teams. • All the teams held responsible for the releases and product road map. • Release happens as planned • Have now successfully released 9/10 times. Another key ingredient
  • 8. Scrum Team Structure Customer & Provider combined Scrum Team
  • 9. Aiming for the T shape Growth/Learning