Tips n' Tricks - Sprint Review

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Tips and tricks for doing effective sprint reviews for any application of an agile or scrum framework.

Tips and tricks for doing effective sprint reviews for any application of an agile or scrum framework.

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  • 1. Sprint Review Tips & Tricks Steve Greene , salesforce.com
  • 2. Why do sprint reviews?
  • 3. Inspect & Adapt
  • 4. Visibility Feedback Discussion Course Correction
  • 5. Who’s coming?
  • 6. Executives & Stakeholders Other Teams Customers & Business Partners
  • 7. What are they interested in seeing?
  • 8. Demos !
  • 9. of stuff that’s done and potentially release-able.
  • 10. But first, set the context for your sprint
  • 11. The Sprint Review Deck
  • 12. First things first. The Team.
  • 13.  
  • 14. ok, now we know who. what about the what?
  • 15.  
  • 16. cool. are you done?
  • 17.  
  • 18. looks good.
  • 19. What’s wrong with this team?
  • 20.  
  • 21. started it all. finished nothing.
  • 22. What’s “right” with this team?
  • 23.  
  • 24. That’s better.
  • 25. What if my team didn’t finish anything this sprint?
  • 26. That’s ok. You still have a slot at the sprint review to give visibility to what the team has worked on this sprint. But, sorry, no demo.
  • 27. Keep the powerpoint stuff to a bare minimum please 5-10 minutes, tops.
  • 28. Demo Time
  • 29. who’s doing the demo?
  • 30. Product Owner QA Engineer ScrumMaster Sys Admin Network Engineer DBA UE Designer Technical Writer Any Team Member Developer BSA
  • 31. how can I make my demo most effective?
  • 32.
      • Set the stage
      • Reference your customer
      • Tell a story so they understand why this functionality / service / infrastructure is important
  • 33.
      • Speak loudly
      • Speak slowly
      • Tell them what you're doing before you do it
      • Don’t click as fast as you would using the product
      • Don't use speed keys
  • 34. listen. listen. listen.
  • 35. engage.
  • 36.
      • Practice your demo (at least once)
      • Know your stuff – whatever it is
      • Setup in advance and have all of your data available
      • Remote desktop to another box for demo
      • Stay on-time – respect your audience
  • 37. Have pre-defined links for all demo logins With a complex demo, have one person talk, another navigate Shift-click to open browser windows to get back to a previous spot quickly If you’re used to using a Mac, rehearse on a PC, sprint review laptop will be a PC
  • 38. storytelling is crucial.
  • 39. Think Benioff.
  • 40. Now that the demos are over… show us your prioritized list of stories for the next sprint.
  • 41. Don’t be afraid
  • 42. 7 Stupid Things People do to ruin their Sprint Review
  • 43. #7
  • 44. Try to demo un-done work
  • 45. #6
  • 46. Click, click, click, click, click
  • 47. #5
  • 48. Be unprepared OR over-prepared
  • 49. #4
  • 50. Ignore the ADM process
  • 51. #3
  • 52. Get defensive to feedback
  • 53. #2
  • 54. Fail to tell a story
  • 55. #1
  • 56. Try to impress!
  • 57. Don’t forget…
  • 58. Inspect & Adapt
  • 59. Think about it.
  • 60.