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How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
How to save your industry $1.9 b v3
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How to save your industry $1.9 b v3

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As an industry based lobby group we were faced with Legislation to reduce government funding by $1.9B. We needed to respond quickly and adopted an Agile approach to our digital campaign strategy in …

As an industry based lobby group we were faced with Legislation to reduce government funding by $1.9B. We needed to respond quickly and adopted an Agile approach to our digital campaign strategy in order to have a skinny version of the website up and running as soon as possible. We used a mix of Scrum and Kanban methods to prioritize widgets we required on the website and ensure our campaign remained responsive to stakeholders and built iterative changes to the site in order to respond to stakeholders and the political debate.

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The session will be a short 10min talk focusing on how a mix of Agile approaches, namely Kanban and Scrum were used as a management tool to coordinate the development of a new website for the campaign. The presenter will explain how the adoption of Scrum allowed the team to iteratively build features based on weekly sprint cycles and ensured weekly collaboration and communication between product owner, designers and developers of the website.
The presenter will demnonstrate how the introduction of a Kanban board to the Scrum process helped to manage the backlog of work packages and help focus the team on the ranked priorities for the current sprint. This provided a process to manage Workflow and allowed the team to remain flexible and responsive to the changing environment and stakeholder needs when changes were required mid sprint

Learning outcomes
• The blend of Scrum and Kanban helped to focus the team on the priorities and remain flexible and responsive to the changing environment and stakeholder needs
These Agile methods are an effective management tool and can aid coordination of work effort to deliver a campaign strategy

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  • 1. How to Save Your Industry $1.9B Using Agile Methods
    Mia Horrigan
    Chief Information Officer AHIA
    August 2011
  • 2. Legislation to reduce govt funding by $1.9B
    Previous mass media channels not measurable, responsive or targeted
    Take debate to consumers: digital campaign
    ADKAR
    Get users engaged or loose $1.9B
  • ADKAR
    continuous integration
    value stream
    +
    release 1.0
    +...+
    UX Design
    release n
    embed in
    User stories
    Elements of User Experience
    Prioritise delivery of value in backlog
    SCRUM
    skinny
    solution
    What we did
    Kanban
    build knowledge
    from retrospectives about ‘value’
    More value = act to save the Industry
  • 11. Sprint zero – Planning
    Scrum
    Elements of User Experience
    Framework Elements
    Strategy, Scope, Structure, Skeleton and Surface
    Things to Produce
    Things to Do
    Things to Consider
    (e.g. requirements)
  • 12. Weekly Sprint cycles
    Continuous integration to build upon skinny solution to respond to evolving needs Collaboration between product owner, scrum master and team
    Needs changing so estimation of what could be done and definition of done important
    Cost ($$$ vs Time vsOpportunity)
    Scrum
  • 13. Needed to prioritize widgets to ensure campaign remained responsive to stakeholder needs
    Visual tool to manage the backlog, focus team on the ranked priorities
    Process to manage workflow and remain flexible
    Kanban
  • 14. Pilot of Kanban on one project
    Project Kanban Board
    Sprint backlog in ranked priority
    Features being produced
    What has been produced
  • 15. If one Board is great, why not two?
    Project interdependencies
    Shared resources
  • 16. Interdependencies
    Simultaneous Execution
    Change
    Managing Multiple Projects
  • 17. Viewed all 3 projects within the campaign
    Multidisciplinary teams across the projects
    Applied learnings from one to the next
    “Scrum of Scrums” Kanban Board
    Three projects on the board
    Three different sprints in progress
    Project interdependencies
    Streams of work with shared resources
  • 18. Team identified BAU activities and these became a BAU backlog
    Identified lessons learnt and suggested improvements to business processes
    Learnings for BAU
  • 19. My Favourite Board
  • 20. What we learned
    Multidisciplinary approach and blend of Agile and UX tools:
    Remain flexible and responsive
    Prioritise features and manage the backlog of work
    Aided focus and coordination
    Kanban Board was an effective visual communication tool (team & org)
    Scrum effective way to continuously integrate features and keep the team on track
    Value of Scrum master
  • 21. Thank you
    Mia Horrigan
    Chief Information Officer - AHIA
    Vice President - Women in Information and Communication (WIC )
    Agile CSM, MBA, Post grad Dip Mgmt, B Comm
    Mia.horrigan@ahia.org.au
    Maria.murphs@gmail.com
    @miahorri
    www.zenagile.wordpress.com
    www.miahorri.wordpress.com
    Mia (murphy) horrigan

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