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Presentation shows how to plan software products with the help of effect mapping, business wieghting using effectcup.

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  1. 1. Agile product management with effectcup It's more important to do the right thing than to do things right. Peter Drucker
  2. 2. Product Manager in Agile software development should do the following: 1) deliver user stories from the business idea; 2) define goal and scope of the release; 3) set priorities of user stories within the release. And it should take little effort!
  3. 3. There are methodologies that help Agile Product Manager accomplish these tasks: • Effect mapping • Story mapping • Business weighting
  4. 4. Effect mapping
  5. 5. Customer came up with a brilliant idea. How should I turn it into the product? I’m a Product Owner
  6. 6. Customer came up with a brilliant idea. How should I turn it into the product? Build an effect map and get your user stories in 4 easy I’m a Product Owner steps
  7. 7. 1. Set a business goal Business goal is a reason why we start the development of the product
  8. 8. 1. Set a business goal Business goal is a reason why we start the development of the product - What would we like to achieve with this product? - Why is it important? - How would we khow if we have achieved it?
  9. 9. 2. Describe personas Persona is a portrait of a typical customer
  10. 10. 2. Describe personas Persona is a portrait of a typical customer - ‘Who can help me achieve my business goal?’
  11. 11. 3. Generate key activities Key activity is an action persona should do to get us closer to our business goal
  12. 12. 3. Generate key activities Key activity is an action persona should do to get us closer to our business goal - ‘What should persona do to help me achieve my business goal?’
  13. 13. 4. Write user stories User story or feature is how we can help a persona to perform key activity.
  14. 14. 4. Write user stories User story or feature is how we can help a persona to perform key activity. - ‘What feature should the application have to help the persona accomplish this key activity?’
  15. 15. Business weighting
  16. 16. OK I have a bunch of stories. How should I choose stories for a release? I’m a Product Owner
  17. 17. OK I have a bunch of stories. How should I choose stories for a release? Weight your stories and choose the heaviest ones. I’m a Product Owner
  18. 18. Business weighting Business weight of a user story is a relation of its business value to the amount of work for implementation Estimate the story and set it a business value. Effectcup will calculate business weight automatically
  19. 19. Iteration planning
  20. 20. I have released Sprint 1 What should I take for sprint 2? I’m a Product Owner
  21. 21. I have released Sprint 1 What should I take for sprint 2? Mark stories as complete and choose from the rest I’m a Product Owner
  22. 22. Thank you! http://effectcup.com effectcup@gmail.com

Description

Presentation shows how to plan software products with the help of effect mapping, business wieghting using effectcup.

Transcript

  1. 1. Agile product management with effectcup It's more important to do the right thing than to do things right. Peter Drucker
  2. 2. Product Manager in Agile software development should do the following: 1) deliver user stories from the business idea; 2) define goal and scope of the release; 3) set priorities of user stories within the release. And it should take little effort!
  3. 3. There are methodologies that help Agile Product Manager accomplish these tasks: • Effect mapping • Story mapping • Business weighting
  4. 4. Effect mapping
  5. 5. Customer came up with a brilliant idea. How should I turn it into the product? I’m a Product Owner
  6. 6. Customer came up with a brilliant idea. How should I turn it into the product? Build an effect map and get your user stories in 4 easy I’m a Product Owner steps
  7. 7. 1. Set a business goal Business goal is a reason why we start the development of the product
  8. 8. 1. Set a business goal Business goal is a reason why we start the development of the product - What would we like to achieve with this product? - Why is it important? - How would we khow if we have achieved it?
  9. 9. 2. Describe personas Persona is a portrait of a typical customer
  10. 10. 2. Describe personas Persona is a portrait of a typical customer - ‘Who can help me achieve my business goal?’
  11. 11. 3. Generate key activities Key activity is an action persona should do to get us closer to our business goal
  12. 12. 3. Generate key activities Key activity is an action persona should do to get us closer to our business goal - ‘What should persona do to help me achieve my business goal?’
  13. 13. 4. Write user stories User story or feature is how we can help a persona to perform key activity.
  14. 14. 4. Write user stories User story or feature is how we can help a persona to perform key activity. - ‘What feature should the application have to help the persona accomplish this key activity?’
  15. 15. Business weighting
  16. 16. OK I have a bunch of stories. How should I choose stories for a release? I’m a Product Owner
  17. 17. OK I have a bunch of stories. How should I choose stories for a release? Weight your stories and choose the heaviest ones. I’m a Product Owner
  18. 18. Business weighting Business weight of a user story is a relation of its business value to the amount of work for implementation Estimate the story and set it a business value. Effectcup will calculate business weight automatically
  19. 19. Iteration planning
  20. 20. I have released Sprint 1 What should I take for sprint 2? I’m a Product Owner
  21. 21. I have released Sprint 1 What should I take for sprint 2? Mark stories as complete and choose from the rest I’m a Product Owner
  22. 22. Thank you! http://effectcup.com effectcup@gmail.com

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