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  • Seven Habits ofHighly EffectiveRob Keefer, PhD@rbkeeferStakeholdersChickens
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.comBACKLOGPLANWORKREVIEWRELEASEPRODUCTRETROSPECTIVEPROJECTProduct Owner: Representsall stakeholders.Team: Implementers of theSprint.Scrummaster: Responsiblefor the success of theproject. Enforcer of SCRUMrules.Stakeholders: Interested inproduct’s outcome asinvestors and users.
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com7 Habits for Stakeholders• Attend the Daily Scrum• Note the Story Flow throughout a Sprint• Focus on a Specific Goal• Encourage a ConstantVelocity• Win Early,Win Often• Promote Continuous Learning• Support the Team
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com1.Attend Daily Standup Meetings
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com• Don’t talk• Ask clarifying questions - at the end• Ensure informative status’ are provided• Ensure team members are engaged• Identify obstacles• Don’t Hijack the Meeting!1.Attend Daily Standup Meetings
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com2. Note Progress Flow
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com• No work item should take longer that 5 days• No worker should have more than two work items• Understand what ‘done’ means• Ask questions and help remove blocks2. Note Progress Flow
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com3. Focus on a Specific Goal
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com• Create a release mission statement• Resist the urge to pull team members off• Resist the urge to have the team follow tangents3. Focus on a Specific Goal
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com4. Encourage a ConstantVelocity
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com4. Encourage a ConstantVelocity• Team Composition - Are the right peoplewith the right skills on the team?• Process - Understand that simply introducingnew practices will cause disruption• Environmental Factors - Interruptions, noise,ventilation, etc.• Team Dynamics - Some team members maynot play nicelyCalibrate - 3 Sprints Optimize• Avoid changing out team members• Avoid pulling team members onto otherprojects• Be responsive to the team’s request forinformation and involvement• Set reasonable expectations of the team
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.comRememberVelocity is measured for eachteam on each project.4. Encourage a ConstantVelocity
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com5.Win Early,Win Often
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com5.Win Early,Win Often• Set early goals low• Promote a bias for action• Equate winning with delivery of business value
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com6. Promote Continuous Learning
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com6. Promote Continuous Learning• Promote Study Groups• Make continuous learning a performance objective• Ensure that productive retrospectives take place
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com7. Support the Team
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com7. Support the Team• Seek to understand the concerns of the team• Affirm your confidence in the team• Respond to changing needs of team• Promote the project AND the team
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.com7 Habits for Stakeholders• Attend the Daily Scrum• Note the Story Flow throughout a Sprint• Focus on a Specific Goal• Encourage a ConstantVelocity• Win Early,Win Often• Promote Continuous Learning• Support the Team
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.comWhat can I do?• Informative status instandup meetings• Be transparent with facts• Communicate results ofretrospective whenapplicable• Weekly update meetingsTeam Members• Attend standup meetingsand ask questions• Accept and understandnew information• Respond when asked forhelp• Weekly update meetingsStakeholders
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.comNo SeagullsDon’t fly in, make a lot of noise, poop on everyone, and leave.
  • SDS@pomietwww.pomiet.comRob Keefer, PhDRob.Keefer@pomiet.com@rbkeefer