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13 explosive things you should try as an agilist

13 agile practices that are less known of and can potentially improve your team, organization, yourself or your sex life.

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13 explosive things you should try as an agilist

  1. 1. @peitor 13 explosive things you should try as an agilist Peter Gfader
  2. 2. @peitor
  3. 3. @peitor Abstract Agile practices that are less known of and can potentially improve your team, organization, yourself or your sex life.
  4. 4. @peitor Deutscher Abstrakt 10 verrückte explosionsgefährliche Dinge die man als Agilist kennen sollte Wir schauen uns 10 neuere Praktiken aus der agilen Szene an und wie man diese in der eigenen Organisation umsetzen könnte, bzw. im aktuellen Projekt anwenden. Wenn Sie noch nie von "MVP vNext", "MVE", "God mod design", "MDD" und "Hypothesis Driven Development" und anderen Praktiken gehört haben dann sollten sie vorbeischauen und mit-brainstormen wie man diese Praktik in die eigene Firma bringen kann.
  5. 5. @peitor About You
  6. 6. @peitor What do you do in software? • Analyze • Design • Code • Test • Architect • Document • Coach • Manage
  7. 7. @peitor About Me
  8. 8. @peitor
  9. 9. @peitor 4 years ago.. http://copycat.apphb.com/
  10. 10. @peitor The plan How we work? # God mode design thinking # Mob Programming Team # Core protocols # Definition of Awesome Personal # Failure Bow # Personal Retrospectives # Improv Theater Users & Value # MVE # MVA # Job Stories Approach work # Working Backwards # MDD # HDD
  11. 11. MVP Not 1st release Don’t build something
  12. 12. @peitor MVP  # MVE Minimum Viable “Experiment” • No prediction oExpectations and assumptions • No matter who's idea -> lets validate it • Different thought process -> brain • For the Enterprise http://blog.alpha-ux.co/making-the-case-for-minimum-viable-experiments
  13. 13. Voting
  14. 14. Concierge MVP From the book
  15. 15. Magic Test ConciergeMVP for web
  16. 16. @peitor When MVP doesn’t work? •Used by my peers? •Stick to the *next* launch
  17. 17. @peitor When MVP doesn’t work? • Used by my peers? • Stick to the launch  Build an audience http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2011/11/when-minimal-viable-product-doesnt-work.html
  18. 18. @peitor # MVA Minimum Viable Audience what people are willing to buy. http://www.copyblogger.com/unfair-business-advantage/
  19. 19. @peitor “People only truly tell you what they want to buy… …by buying it”
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  21. 21. @peitor # MVA 1. What is your MVA? 2. How? oFree content oCrowdfunding Kickstarter oInvite Only •Eg https://number26.de
  22. 22. Voting
  23. 23. @peitor Inspire by What exists already • http://37signals.com/bootstrapped • http://www.producthunt.com/
  24. 24. @peitor Inspire by Failure & Feedback • http://autopsy.io/ • Amazon 1* reviews
  25. 25. User Stories As a user I want a button So that I can log in WTF!?!
  26. 26. User Stories
  27. 27. @peitor # Job Stories http://popcornflow.com/
  28. 28. Voting
  29. 29. Elevator Pitch We're giving (people) (this benefit) so that they can (do this) For (ppl) who () [product is a ----- that---- unlike --- (competitor/product) Our [Product] is Uber for (service)
  30. 30. @peitor # Working Backwards • Start with the Press Release • ½ pager http://www.allthingsdistributed.com/2006/11/working_backwards.html
  31. 31. @peitor Title Product or Feature Market Summary Problem Solution Quote How to Get Started Call to Action
  32. 32. Voting
  33. 33. Product Backlog filled with ● Stories ● Features ● Epics
  34. 34. @peitor # HDD Replace “req” with hypotheses Right product? BMC (Lean Canvas) -> breakdown Riskiest assumption 1st http://www.hackerchick.com/2012/04/hypothesis-driven-development.html
  35. 35. @peitor # HDD • Hypothesis Driven Development
  36. 36. Voting
  37. 37. @peitor How many experiments do you run? How often do you deploy to Production?
  38. 38. @peitor How many experiments do you run? How often do you deploy to Production? From Thoughtworks
  39. 39. @peitor # MDD • Metrics Driven Development http://blog.librato.com/posts/2014/7/16/metrics-driven-development
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  41. 41. @peitor # MDD • What system hypothesis are you testing • Bugs? -> Effect on metrics • TDD -> Test your behavior? • MDD -> Metrics for desired behavior?
  42. 42. @peitor # of purchase / min Avg basket $$$ # of new signups
  43. 43. @peitor Experiments & Data Arguments & Opinions
  44. 44. Voting
  45. 45. Six Thinking Hats
  46. 46. @peitor # God mode design thinking “How would god build this?”
  47. 47. @peitor How close can you come? Ideal design
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  50. 50. Voting
  51. 51. Pair Programming
  52. 52. @peitor # Mob Programming • Whole team • Work on same thing • Same time • Same space • Same computer http://mobprogramming.org/
  53. 53. @peitor # Mob Programming http://mobprogramming.org/
  54. 54. Voting
  55. 55. Self organizing Teams
  56. 56. @peitor # Core protocols Team commitments • “Ask for Help” • “Perfection Game” • “Check In” • “Click” http://www.mccarthyshow.com/online/
  57. 57. Voting
  58. 58. Definition of Done
  59. 59. @peitor # Definition of Awesome “What would Awesome look like for your Team? Product feature?” “What would take you 1 step closer to Awesome?” Toyota Katahttp://blog.crisp.se/2012/08/23/henrikkniberg/problem-solving-template
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  61. 61. Voting
  62. 62. “Learn from failure”
  63. 63. @peitor Failure bow http://tedxtalks.ted.com/video/The-Failure-Bow-Matt-Smith-at-T
  64. 64. @peitor Failure bow as an observer Benjamin Zander on mindset and teaching… https://vimeo.com/18625943
  65. 65. Voting
  66. 66. Retrospectives
  67. 67. @peitor # Personal Retrospectives
  68. 68. Voting
  69. 69. Theater
  70. 70. @peitor # Improv Theater live theatre plot, characters and dialogue are made up in the moment
  71. 71. @peitor # Improv Theater What is it not • !being funny • !natural performer • !hard to learn
  72. 72. @peitor # Improv Theater • Turn off conscious brain • Idea creation • Commit to whatever happens • Improvisation is everywhere
  73. 73. @peitor # Improv Theater my lessons 1. Try something crazy hard… makes normal easy 2. Doing trumps reading 3. “Yes And” attitude “Move forward” attitude 4. “You are not alone” mindset
  74. 74. Voting
  75. 75. @peitor Done How we work? # God mode design thinking # Mob Programming Team # Core protocols # Definition of Awesome Personal # Failure bow # Personal Retrospectives # Improv Theater Users & Value # MVE # MVA # Job Stories Approach work # Working Backwards # MDD # HDD
  76. 76. @peitor What do you start tomorrow?
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