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Dimensional planning (Devoxx 2009)

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Dimensional Planning presented at Devoxx 2009

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Dimensional planning (Devoxx 2009)

  1. 1. Dimensional Planning by Koen Van Exem Business Manager/inxin
  2. 2. Dimensional Planning The What and the Why of Dimensional Planning.
  3. 3. Agenda Prerequisites Dimensional Planning The Technique The Rationale Our Friends and Foes
  4. 4. Speaker’s qualifications Koen is Business Manager @ inxin Koen is Business Manager @ Allors Koen is a board member @ Agile Consortium
  5. 5. PREREQUISITES
  6. 6. Prerequisites Iterative vs Incremental Scope is hierarchical Planning
  7. 7. Purely Incremental Pictures © Xavier Quesada Allue
  8. 8. Iterative & Incremental Pictures © by Xavier Quesada Allue
  9. 9. Very Iterative, yet still Incremental Pictures © Alistair Cockburn
  10. 10. Iterative Picture © Parker Brothers
  11. 11. Iterative and non-incremental Picture © Unknown
  12. 12. Iterative and non-incremental Picture © Unknown
  13. 13. Iterative and decremental Picture © Unknown
  14. 14. Scope is hierarchical User Story Clustering/Mapping Feature Composition a la FDD Micro and Macro level
  15. 15. Feature a la FDD Template <action> <result> <object> Example calculate the total of a sale Validate the password of a user update the “what’s new list” from the RSS feed
  16. 16. Feature Set a la FDD Template <action><-ing> a(n) <object> Example Printing an invoice Selling a book
  17. 17. Major Feature Set a la FDD Template <object> management Examples Sales Management Inventory Management
  18. 18. FDD Parking Lot (1/2) Picture © The Coad Letter, Embarcadero
  19. 19. FDD Parking Lot (2/2) Picture © The Coad Letter, Embarcadero
  20. 20. Planning http://agilemanifesto.org/
  21. 21. Planning
  22. 22. DIMENSIONAL PLANNING
  23. 23. Dimensional Planning The Technique The Rationale
  24. 24. The Technique Meet the Dimensions Applied at the micro level Applied at the macro level
  25. 25. The Dirt Road
  26. 26. The Cobblestone Road
  27. 27. The Asphalt Road
  28. 28. Applied to Micro Level Multiple Axes Functional Axis Non-Functional Axis
  29. 29. Functional Axis
  30. 30. Non-Functional Axis
  31. 31. Applied to the Macro Level Alternative Futures
  32. 32. © Warner Bros
  33. 33. The Rationale Theory of Constraints Return on Investment (ROI) Quality & Manufacturability Lead and Cycle Time Diminishing Marginal Results & Pareto Rule Throughput Accounting
  34. 34. Theory of Constraints © Levinson Productivity Systems
  35. 35. Resource Capacity
  36. 36. Managing the Constraint
  37. 37. Return On Investment
  38. 38. Effect Dimensional Planning on ROI
  39. 39. Quality Fitness for (Business) purpose Technical Robustness
  40. 40. Manufacturability © unknown
  41. 41. Lead & Cycle Time Request Start Stop Cycle Time Cycle Time Lead Time Lead Time Delivery
  42. 42. Throughput Accounting
  43. 43. System Inventory
  44. 44. © unknown
  45. 45. Diminishing Marginal Results
  46. 46. Pareto’s Princinple
  47. 47. FRIENDS AND FOES
  48. 48. Friends User Story Mapping Real Options Analysis Beyond Budgetting
  49. 49. User Story Mapping time necessary more optional first release optionality less optional second release third release © Jeff Patton, all rights reserved, www.AgileProductDesign.com
  50. 50. Real Options Analysis Decision tree analysis for the clinical trial of a new drug (source: L.E.K. / www.lek.com)
  51. 51. Beyond Budgetting © Juergen Daum (www.juergendaum.com).
  52. 52. Foes Parkinson’s Law Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion. Descoping Buffering
  53. 53. Summary Dimensional Planning Planning 2.0 Compatible with all major Methodologies Even with the waterfall ;-) More info on http://www.inxin.com/
  54. 54. Thanks for your attention! “It is not necessary to change survival is not mandatory" -- W. Edwards Deming

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