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How to Start Scrum from Traditional Project Management

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How to move to Scrum methodology from traditional project management approach. Set up transitional team, redefine and combine PM roles.

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How to Start Scrum from Traditional Project Management

  1. 1. BUILD A TRANSITION TEAM
  2. 2. BUILD A TRANSITION TEAM transition Backlog
  3. 3. BUILD A TRANSITION TEAM transition Backlog transition Impediment List
  4. 4. BUILD A TRANSITION TEAM transition Backlog transition Impediment List iterations
  5. 5. BUILD A TRANSITION TEAM transition Backlog transition Impediment List iterations culture impact
  6. 6. BUILD A TRANSITION TEAM transition Backlog transition Impediment List iterations culture Impact inspect & adapt
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  10. 10. What to do with existing roles? SCRUM MASTERPRODUCT OWNER TEAM
  11. 11. What to do with existing roles? SCRUM MASTERPRODUCT OWNER Existing Business Analyst TEAM
  12. 12. What to do with existing roles? SCRUM MASTERPRODUCT OWNER Existing Business Analyst Existing Project Manager TEAM
  13. 13. What to do with existing roles? SCRUM MASTERPRODUCT OWNER Existing Business Analyst Existing Project Manager Existing Product Owner TEAM
  14. 14. What to do with existing roles? SCRUM MASTERPRODUCT OWNER Existing Business Analyst Existing Project Manager Existing Product Owner Existing Scrum Master TEAM
  15. 15. How to combine Scrum roles?
  16. 16. How to combine Scrum roles? SCRUM MASTERPRODUCT OWNER
  17. 17. How to combine Scrum roles? SCRUM MASTERPRODUCT OWNER TEAMPRODUCT OWNER
  18. 18. How to combine Scrum roles? SCRUM MASTERPRODUCT OWNER TEAMPRODUCT OWNER SCRUM MASTER TEAM
  19. 19. Checklist before start Start agreed roles needed infrastructure cross functional team right pilot common understanding
  20. 20. Where is my project manager role?
  21. 21. Where is my project manager role? Process Owner Servant Leader Support Reminder
  22. 22. Where is my project manager role? (Detail) Planning Commitment Pull / Controlling Process Owner Servant Leader Support Reminder
  23. 23. Where is my project manager role? Budget Vision ROI Customer value Prioritization (Detail) Planning Commitment Pull / Controlling Process Owner Servant Leader Support Reminder
  24. 24. Where is my project manager role? TYPICAL PROJECT MANAGER ROLE Budget Vision ROI Customer value Prioritization (Detail) Planning Commitment Pull / Controlling Process Owner Servant Leader Support Reminder
  25. 25. Build good teams
  26. 26. Build good teams Trust
  27. 27. Build good teams Trust Environment
  28. 28. Build good teams Trust Environment Support
  29. 29. Build good teams Your team is enough cross functional if it can get their work done Trust Environment Support
  30. 30. Explaining Scrum can be easy & fun. Just use less formal way of presenting it.
  31. 31. Explaining Scrum can be easy & fun. Just use less formal way of presenting it.
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