Why work onsite?
Pros• Improve Communication• Builds the TEAM• Improve VisibilityCons• Destructions• Other side of VisibilityWhy work onsite?
Who should work onsite?
•   Business Analyst?•   System Analyst?•   Developer?•   Quality Assurance Engineer?•   Project Manager?Who should work o...
•   Business Analyst•   System Analyst•   Developer•   Quality Assurance Engineer•   Project ManagerIn fact it should be a...
How to work onsite?
Before the visit•   Background training & preparation•   Studies of previous customer’s solutions•   Studies of customer’s...
While on site• Mind Mapping• Spreadsheets• WikiWhat can help?
• Adapt to customer and his/her tools• Set expectations  • Format of intermediate results  • Format of the end results  • ...
Everything said won’t workwithout
Dress CodeRapport
•   Follow the dress code (polo or shirt, nice trousers and shoes)•   Be on time•   Leave only after your working day is f...
• Listen carefully• Understand the business goals• Identify key stakeholders• Have lunch together• Study customers persona...
Questions?Thank You!
Twitter: @artuxaLinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/arthurvarushylaFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/arthur.varushylaArtur Va...
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A small pitch to describe my personal experience of latest onsite visit. I will talk how such visits influence communication, team relations and visibility. We also tell about different Tips & Tricks.

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Woking Onsite: Challenge or Fun?

  1. 1. Why work onsite?
  2. 2. Pros• Improve Communication• Builds the TEAM• Improve VisibilityCons• Destructions• Other side of VisibilityWhy work onsite?
  3. 3. Who should work onsite?
  4. 4. • Business Analyst?• System Analyst?• Developer?• Quality Assurance Engineer?• Project Manager?Who should work onsite?
  5. 5. • Business Analyst• System Analyst• Developer• Quality Assurance Engineer• Project ManagerIn fact it should be a person with all these skills developedor at least a person who can put those hats when dealingwith requirements.Who should work onsite?
  6. 6. How to work onsite?
  7. 7. Before the visit• Background training & preparation• Studies of previous customer’s solutions• Studies of customer’s competitors• People already working with that companyWhat can help?
  8. 8. While on site• Mind Mapping• Spreadsheets• WikiWhat can help?
  9. 9. • Adapt to customer and his/her tools• Set expectations • Format of intermediate results • Format of the end results • Customer availability and meetings• Ask right questions• Customers prefer to be smart and have their ideas rather than yours suggestionsHow to work onsite?
  10. 10. Everything said won’t workwithout
  11. 11. Dress CodeRapport
  12. 12. • Follow the dress code (polo or shirt, nice trousers and shoes)• Be on time• Leave only after your working day is finished• Be friendly and polite• SmileRapport
  13. 13. • Listen carefully• Understand the business goals• Identify key stakeholders• Have lunch together• Study customers personaletyRapport
  14. 14. Questions?Thank You!
  15. 15. Twitter: @artuxaLinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/arthurvarushylaFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/arthur.varushylaArtur Varushyla

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