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  • 1. Managers Dilemma Handling a Lean Team in a Small Organization By Soma Bhattacharya
  • 2. SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT DONE RIGHT Netherlands | USA | India | France | UK www.xebia.in; Blog :http://.xebee.xebia.in
  • 3. Who am I ? A THINKER over a WRITER A WRITER over a SPEAKER An Observer. A Learner
  • 4. My Team does Kanban
  • 5. What a Manager wants? • Pushing out Features/stories • More productivity from Teams • Make his/her team’s work more transparent to higher management • Reach his/her quarterly/yearly goal • Be in charge and have the authority • Make decisions for the team.
  • 6. What a Team Member wants? • Good work environment • Good salary/hikes/reviews • Work in a good product and team that build his/her resume • To be part of a winning team • To be recognized
  • 7. The Conflict
  • 8. Why is Culture Important? A single cockroach will completely wreck the appeal of bowl of cherries but a cherry will do nothing at all for a bowl of cockroaches - Rozin
  • 9. What Inspires a Team Member?
  • 10. What is a Manager Responsible For?
  • 11. Dissect Roles and Responsibilities
  • 12. Keep it in Ready State to Pull
  • 13. The Thinking Process
  • 14. Kanban in a Start Up Culture: Predictability and Visibility
  • 15. Stop Moving-Stay Where You Are
  • 16. Learn from Your Failures
  • 17. Management is not about being at Center Stage
  • 18. Value Map Steaming- Find the gaps
  • 19. Know your luggage and Monitor it
  • 20. Plan From the Beginning, Not @ Team Level Release Planning Planning Timeline Happens Done By Inputs Outputs Roadmap 4 hours Once a quarter Executive Management • • • • • • Business Epics Architectural Epics Goals Vision POC Parking Lot • • • • Release 4 hours 1/month PO, Domain Experts, Security Team, PM • • Final Roadmap Teams ( Capacity + Velocity ) POC - Arch/Secure Design review docs Risks ( Mitigation plan ) Cross Team Dependency • Release plan per team • Release Definition of Done • Success criteria for release • • • Final Roadmap Feasibility Approximate Timeline Risk Assessment Grooming 1 2 hours Every sprint PO, Team • • UX (high level) Hierarchy of stories • Team Backlog • success criteria for feature outline Grooming 2 2 hours Every Sprint PO, Team • • UX ( detail ) Ready backlog • • • • • • • Final frozen Backlog UX ( final ) Security Risk Assessment Security Impact Areas Hierarchy of user stories Acceptance tests for feature Final - Release Definition of Done
  • 21. Thank You Email: sbhattacharya@xebia.com
  • 22. Agile Consulting Agile Consulting and Transformation Services Point based coaching workshops Agile transformation readiness review Mid-cycle intervention and correction Agile transformation solution design and execution  Scrum  XP, BDD, ATDD  DSDM  FDD
  • 23. Contact us @ Websites www.xebia.in www.xebia.com www.xebia.fr Xebia India infoindia@xebia.com Thought Leadership Htto://xebee.xebia.in http://blog.xebia.com http://podcast.xebia.com