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#8 agile governance questions you can and should be asking

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#8 agile governance questions you can and should be asking, was a presentation to NZ PMI.

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#8 agile governance questions you can and should be asking

  1. 1. @antboobier anthony_boobier@bnz.co.nz anthony@nomad8.com linkedin.com/in/antboobier Ant Boobier Practices Coach @ BNZ Digital #8 agile governance questions you can and should be asking Be good with agile
  2. 2. My younger days 8 agile governance questions I can and should be asking…
  3. 3. What is my agile team thinking? But first… for a start they think as a team,
  4. 4. they think empirically, Karen Greaves and Samantha Laing
  5. 5. they think in products,
  6. 6. and they think…
  7. 7. so what questions should you ask them? #4 How big is this thing, and how much will it cost? #6 When can we release? #1 What is success and how will we be measured? #2 Who is accepting this work, and what does done look like? #3 Who is dealing with scope, how will it be managed? #7 Could this software be deployed to production now? #8 What do we know now that we didn’t 2 weeks ago? #5 How much have we got left to do?
  8. 8. What is success and how will we be measured? #1
  9. 9. Sliders There will always be more to do than time and money will allow… RAP 1 Template for Lithium No other compliance/regulations noted at time of writing. 6. Project Success 6.1. The Sliders The Sliders are a tool used commonly in RApid Planning Sessions (RAP) to help determine what the stakeholders will measure the project’s success against. Success Sliders Success Measures Off 25% 50% 75% On Satisfied stakeholders x Meet objectives x Meet timeframe X Meet budget x Deliver added value ($) x Meet quality x Team satisfaction x Add rational that provides more detail as to why the sliders are at a certain position to the table
  10. 10. Background PLAN Current condition PLAN Outcomes / Goals PLAN Analysis PLAN Reccomendations In Scope Out of Scope Risks Initiative: Customer segment: Product Owner: Team: Timeframe: Budget: Slider priority: 1 2 3 A3: <Project Name> Plan on a page focus on measurable outcomes !
  11. 11. Who is accepting this work and what does done look like? #2
  12. 12. Who is dealing with scope, how will it be managed? #3
  13. 13. How big is this thing, and how much will it cost? #4
  14. 14. Size it up Project x Project zProject y $ $$
  15. 15. Planning poker It’s all relative…
  16. 16. Russell Davies http://russelldavies.typepad.com/planning/2013/04/the-unit-of-delivery.html
  17. 17. How much have we got left to do? #5
  18. 18. @5 - 12 weeks 12 weeks + Small and defined items Prioritised ordered list of everything that might be needed in the product Next up @1 - 4 weeks Product Backlog big placeholders
  19. 19. Henrik Kniberg Release Planning
  20. 20. Henrik Kniberg
  21. 21. Visualisation
  22. 22. When can we release? #6
  23. 23. Boost New media Look for the opportunity to Release
  24. 24. Could this software be deployed to production now? #7
  25. 25. Measure of Progress Working tested software Ready to ship Definition of Done
  26. 26. What do we know now that we didn’t 2 weeks ago? #8
  27. 27. Question if your project is suspiciously green!
  28. 28. @antboobier anthony_boobier@bnz.co.nz anthony@nomad8.com linkedin.com/in/antboobier Be good with agilebnzonline.co.nz

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