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PM Dojo Thouhgtworks Brazil - 2011 April 27

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Inspired by many Dojos our developer colleagues have been doing at Thougthworks Brazil, we –PMs and BAs-- decided to give it a try.

Inspired by many Dojos our developer colleagues have been doing at Thougthworks Brazil, we –PMs and BAs-- decided to give it a try.

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  • Opening Slide: to be displayed during the Networking Time
  • Definition as in: http://www.slideshare.net/ntoll/organise-a-code-dojo
  • Guidelines adapted from: http://www.slideshare.net/ntoll/organise-a-code-dojo
  • Throw in unexpected Problem-changers
  • Throw in unexpected Problem-changers
  • Close the dojo; run an retrospective closing exercise; collect feedback
  • Opening Slide: to be displayed during the Networking Time
  • Transcript

    • 1. WELCOMEto the1st PM DOJO!
    • 2. Agenda
      Dojo Overview
      Guidelines
      Problems 1-3
      Close
    • 3. What is a dojo?
      It’s a safe place to practice.
      A place to make mistakes and learn.
    • 4. In the dojo we…
      Learn and work together
      Share and exchange ideas
      Explore each other’s solutions
      Build a Community
    • 5. Guidelines
      No company tags
      Everyone’s opinion is valued
      Everyone’s participation is highly encouraged
      Fishbowl style
      Have an idea about how to solve the problem? Then share your idea!
      Anyone in the audience can tap you out to either continue your thought or share a different perspective
    • 6. Problem 1
      After telling your Customer that the project will cost $850,000 and take 1.5 years to develop, your Customer tells you that they only have $250,000 available to spend and need the project completed in 1 year.
      What do you do?
    • 7. Problem 2
      The Customer’s Shoe Company is brand new. It’s current objective is to advertise their brand to as many people as possible. To accomplish this mission they have decided they would like to have an online Shoe Store.
      What do you do?
    • 8. Problem 3
      John is a Sr. Developer on your team. Once again, he feels under pressure with the current release deadline. He tells you that if something isn’t done soon, he will quit.
      How do you respond?
    • 9. Close
    • 10. 1st PM DOJOThank you!

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