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Scrum Theory

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Torlando Hakes' Level Up Slides about Scrum Theory

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Scrum Theory

  1. 1. SCRUMTHEORY FOR ANYBODY ATime Reclaiming Productivity & Scheduling System
  2. 2. My name isTorlando and I get time management (because I had to). COLORBOOK
  3. 3. WHAT I DO
  4. 4. THIS IS NOT A LECTURE, IT’S A DISCUSSION
  5. 5. DOER CONNECTOROR You don't have time for both. THE 2 PARADIGMS So, which are you?
  6. 6. WHAT ADVANTAGES & DISADVANTAGES COME WITHTHE DOER MINDSET?
  7. 7. WHAT ADVANTAGES & DISADVANTAGES COME WITHTHE CONNECTOR MINDSET?
  8. 8. HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH? (The Mexican Fisherman)
  9. 9. –AndrewT. Jebb, Purdue University [Happiness, income satiation and turning points around the world,AndrewT. Jebb, LouisTay, Ed Diener and Shigehiro Oishi] “It’s been debated at what point does money no longer change your level of well-being.We found that the ideal income point is $95,000 for life evaluation [overall life satisfaction] and $60,000 to $75,000 for emotional well-being [day-to-day happiness].Again, this amount is for individuals and would likely be higher for families.”
  10. 10. BE RUTHLESS IN PROTECTING YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE
  11. 11. Where is your focus?
  12. 12. WENIGER, ABER BESSER (less, but better) Book Recommendation
  13. 13. Name Email Phone Address Source What is absorbing my time? How can I keep up with all the calls? How do I keep customers from slipping through the cracks? How do I get back my time? Why can't I turn off?
  14. 14. Urgent Not Urgent Important Not Important
  15. 15. WHAT IS OUT OF CONTROL FORYOU, RIGHT NOW? Discuss 5 min.
  16. 16. MY MENTAL PROCESS • What is this? • Can I do it in 2 minutes? • Can I automate it? • Can I delegate it? • When can I defer it? • Should this be a project?
  17. 17. THE DAILY CYCLE • Clear inboxes • Job costing • Financial review • One marketing activity 2 hours a day
  18. 18. CHECK OUT COLORBOOK.SITE What can be automated or delegated? Scheduling can easily and efficiently be done through software!
  19. 19. If you could wave a magic wand and have any part of your business (besides the painting) be automated, what would it be?
  20. 20. Our goal is for consultants and painters to be completely unencumbered by things a computer can do better and for them to be quintessentially human.
  21. 21. What are your quintessentially human things that only you or your people can do?
  22. 22. MEETTHE SCRUMTEAM Project Owner Scrum Master ProductionTeam(s) Adaptable to small or large companies.
  23. 23. PROJECT OWNER • Sales Consultant & Local Networker • Represents the Stake Holder • Prepares Work Order Backlog • Communicates Scope of Projects to ScrumTeam Project Owner Feel free to ask questions here!
  24. 24. SCRUM MASTER • Servant Leader who knows the industry • Manages Scrum Work Flow • Makes sure Production Team has everything they need for undisrupted flow • Can manage several teams at once Scrum Master Feel free to ask questions here!
  25. 25. PRODUCTIONTEAM • Self-Directed and Autonomous • Self-Recruiting • Ownership over current project • Manages project resources • 1-9 people per team ProductionTeam Feel free to ask questions here!
  26. 26. SCRUM WORKFLOW Step 1) Project owner adds to and prepares the project backlog
  27. 27. SCRUM MEETING Step 2) Hold on the first day of the Sprint to discuss all project details and hand off job folders.
  28. 28. Task Board (folder) Basics 1. Project Info 2. Detailed Story or Work Order 3. Time Budgets + Burndown Report 4. Paperwork 5. Cue/In Progress/Done 6. Score Card
  29. 29. 10 DAY SPRINT Step 3) Crew(s) of 1-9 work collaboratively; accountable to each other and the client.
  30. 30. DAILY STAND-UP Step 4)15 minutes at the beginning or end of every work day. Ask 3 Questions What did we do today? What will we do tomorrow? What stands in our way?
  31. 31. RETROSPECTIVE MEETING Step 5) Recap the sprint; accept feedback and make improvements. Get availabilities for following week.
  32. 32. Completed Work Orders Scrum project management for agile production Work Order Backlog Production CycleSprint Backlog SCRUM WORKFLOW
  33. 33. THE PROBLEMSYOU’RE SOLVING MATTER • What do people have to have or else? • Show your teams how they are impacting the world. • Keep up the spirit.
  34. 34. THANKYOU! • On Facebook • ColorTheory LLC • Email & Phone • torlando@colortheorypaint.com • 812-219-1537 • Online • ColorBook.Site • ColorTheoryPainting.com

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