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Scrum meats Lean
Rokas Antanas Balevičius
Lean
Philosophy of improvement through waste reduction
Patient perspective
Doctor
Doctor Nothing
Doctor DoctorNothing
Doctor Doctor Doctor DoctorNothing Nothing Nothing Nothing
Doctor Doctor Doctor Doctor
Treatment
starts
Nothing Nothing Nothing Nothing
Doctors perspective
Day
start
Day end
Patient Patient Patient Patient PatientPatient
Day
start
Day end
Optimization of resources not patient value
Doctor Doctor Doctor Doctor
Treatment
starts
Patient Patient Patient PatientNothing Nothing NothingDay start Day end
Now you can see and reduce waste
Back to Scrum
Backlog : prioritized list of features
Business value?
Prioratized list of hypothesis
Create Knowledge
Genchi Genbutsu
Trying to sell my product
Uncover great guessers
One-Piece-At-a-Time Production
Developers are way ahead in this challenge
Definition of done : technical vs business
Bad Great
Intensityoffeedback
Bad Great
Intensityoffeedback
You can not care about someone who hates you
Key learnings
Challenge your Product Owner
Introduce yourself to Lean
Create your backlog
not just own it
Measure your decisions
Challenge me!
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean
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Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean

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Scrum is really good at turning task into solution. Problem is that it is very hard to know in advance if your tasks are "make this waste" or "create this value". This is where Lean comes to the rescue. By putting high emphasis on measurements and experimentation you can turn your guesses into real high value tasks. Definition of done should not be only technical. Each task should be measured from business side and be done only when business kpis are hit or we have learned why our guess was wrong. Presentation will include short intro into Lean and practical examples of applying Lean thinking in pre and post development phases of the tasks.

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Rokas Balevičius - Scrum meets lean

  1. 1. Scrum meats Lean Rokas Antanas Balevičius
  2. 2. Lean
  3. 3. Philosophy of improvement through waste reduction
  4. 4. Patient perspective
  5. 5. Doctor
  6. 6. Doctor Nothing
  7. 7. Doctor DoctorNothing
  8. 8. Doctor Doctor Doctor DoctorNothing Nothing Nothing Nothing
  9. 9. Doctor Doctor Doctor Doctor Treatment starts Nothing Nothing Nothing Nothing
  10. 10. Doctors perspective
  11. 11. Day start Day end
  12. 12. Patient Patient Patient Patient PatientPatient Day start Day end
  13. 13. Optimization of resources not patient value
  14. 14. Doctor Doctor Doctor Doctor Treatment starts
  15. 15. Patient Patient Patient PatientNothing Nothing NothingDay start Day end
  16. 16. Now you can see and reduce waste
  17. 17. Back to Scrum
  18. 18. Backlog : prioritized list of features
  19. 19. Business value?
  20. 20. Prioratized list of hypothesis
  21. 21. Create Knowledge
  22. 22. Genchi Genbutsu
  23. 23. Trying to sell my product
  24. 24. Uncover great guessers
  25. 25. One-Piece-At-a-Time Production
  26. 26. Developers are way ahead in this challenge
  27. 27. Definition of done : technical vs business
  28. 28. Bad Great Intensityoffeedback
  29. 29. Bad Great Intensityoffeedback
  30. 30. You can not care about someone who hates you
  31. 31. Key learnings
  32. 32. Challenge your Product Owner
  33. 33. Introduce yourself to Lean
  34. 34. Create your backlog not just own it
  35. 35. Measure your decisions
  36. 36. Challenge me!

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