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let’s begin
define the playing field
a caveatnever 100% alignedorganizational nuancealways changingconstant maintenance...this is just inside
playing fieldpeoplemethodsresourcescommunication
people
align your peoplearound productsand goals
we’re on the same team!core valueslive hungrychampion good ideasrecognize othersmake strong movessurprise and delight
we’re on the same team!
we’re on the same team!straightforward goalssimple directionmeasurable kpi’strustworthy reportingregular check-ins
+unified experience...a pod for all seasonspart governing bodypart pit crewexperience architecturecross-channel experience...
playing fieldpeoplemethodsresourcescommunication
methods
a good, lean workflowbuilds good, leanhabits
problemanalysis                    sketch    testing             prototype
analysis...bigger in the enterprise.
regular milestonescreate common languagemanage expectationsbuild good habits
playing fieldpeoplemethodsresourcescommunication
resources
augment everyone’swork with the rightteam, the right tools,at the right time
resources   teams            tools
resources   teams            tools
i’m on a pod!
research!
copy!
visual design!
teams that cross podscross-pollinate ideas
resources   teams            tools
resources   teams            tools
problemproblem statements thatdefine the problem,user behavior, and research
sketching sessions                     sketchthat wrangleenthusiasm andbring focus
support prototypingwith style guides                prototype
create test plans     with real peopletesting
analysis   verify work with           the right analytical           technique, the right
problem standardssketching sessionsprototyping librariestesting sessionsanalysis
everyone is acollaborator inimproving the tools
playing fieldpeoplemethodsresourcescommunication
communication
sharing is caring
Here’s what I’mworking on...
Here’s what I’mworking on...                  Looks good!                  But try this...
on a regular basis...designers help designersengineers help engineersproduct mgrs help product mgrs
the silo
the silo
communicatingmilestonesoutside of the podis turf war antidote
communicating milestones We just made something. Here it is (link to wiki) Here’s what we’re going to do about it. Here’s ...
playing fieldpeoplemethodsresourcescommunication
don’t hate. iterate.
thanks!  david panarelli  @dpan  david.panarelli@gmail.comckr-inos: elizabethfoote, lars hammar, albedo20, cronncc
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX
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Managing Across Multiple Lean Teams // presented at Lean Day: UX

  1. 1. let’s begin
  2. 2. define the playing field
  3. 3. a caveatnever 100% alignedorganizational nuancealways changingconstant maintenance...this is just inside
  4. 4. playing fieldpeoplemethodsresourcescommunication
  5. 5. people
  6. 6. align your peoplearound productsand goals
  7. 7. we’re on the same team!core valueslive hungrychampion good ideasrecognize othersmake strong movessurprise and delight
  8. 8. we’re on the same team!
  9. 9. we’re on the same team!straightforward goalssimple directionmeasurable kpi’strustworthy reportingregular check-ins
  10. 10. +unified experience...a pod for all seasonspart governing bodypart pit crewexperience architecturecross-channel experienceshared assets
  11. 11. playing fieldpeoplemethodsresourcescommunication
  12. 12. methods
  13. 13. a good, lean workflowbuilds good, leanhabits
  14. 14. problemanalysis sketch testing prototype
  15. 15. analysis...bigger in the enterprise.
  16. 16. regular milestonescreate common languagemanage expectationsbuild good habits
  17. 17. playing fieldpeoplemethodsresourcescommunication
  18. 18. resources
  19. 19. augment everyone’swork with the rightteam, the right tools,at the right time
  20. 20. resources teams tools
  21. 21. resources teams tools
  22. 22. i’m on a pod!
  23. 23. research!
  24. 24. copy!
  25. 25. visual design!
  26. 26. teams that cross podscross-pollinate ideas
  27. 27. resources teams tools
  28. 28. resources teams tools
  29. 29. problemproblem statements thatdefine the problem,user behavior, and research
  30. 30. sketching sessions sketchthat wrangleenthusiasm andbring focus
  31. 31. support prototypingwith style guides prototype
  32. 32. create test plans with real peopletesting
  33. 33. analysis verify work with the right analytical technique, the right
  34. 34. problem standardssketching sessionsprototyping librariestesting sessionsanalysis
  35. 35. everyone is acollaborator inimproving the tools
  36. 36. playing fieldpeoplemethodsresourcescommunication
  37. 37. communication
  38. 38. sharing is caring
  39. 39. Here’s what I’mworking on...
  40. 40. Here’s what I’mworking on... Looks good! But try this...
  41. 41. on a regular basis...designers help designersengineers help engineersproduct mgrs help product mgrs
  42. 42. the silo
  43. 43. the silo
  44. 44. communicatingmilestonesoutside of the podis turf war antidote
  45. 45. communicating milestones We just made something. Here it is (link to wiki) Here’s what we’re going to do about it. Here’s why it’s important. Go here for the details (link to wiki)
  46. 46. playing fieldpeoplemethodsresourcescommunication
  47. 47. don’t hate. iterate.
  48. 48. thanks! david panarelli @dpan david.panarelli@gmail.comckr-inos: elizabethfoote, lars hammar, albedo20, cronncc

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