Todd's Tech Bite #3 Incremental delivery

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An interview by Todd Ruopp discussing agile methods with John Goodpasture. In this episode, the topic is frequent and incremental delivery

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Todd's Tech Bite #3 Incremental delivery

  1. # Agile Methods 3 Deliver Frequently & Incrementally © 2009 – 2010 UNLEASHING PERFORMANCE, INC.™ ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  2. Your Host Todd W. Ruopp A speaker, facilitator and coach who promotes understanding and integrated teamwork Co-founder & President of Unleashing Performance, Inc.™ Todd empowers professionals to develop the knowledge & ability to drive personal, professional and organizational growth. www.unleashingperformance.com
  3. Today’s Guest John Goodpasture, PMP Program manager, system engineer, author and coach Managing Principal of Square Peg Consulting, LLC John specializes in applying technology across a broad spectrum to achieve business goals. www.sqpegconsulting.com Author of Quantitative Methods in Project Management (2003)
  4. John’s new book • Agile in the enterprise • Multiple methodologies thoroughly explained • From business case to benefit capture PUBLISHED BY J. ROSS PUBLISHING
  5. 1 Inspiring Leadership & Flexible Management The customer’s value proposition drives decision making in short agile cycles that produce incremental results 2 Deliver Best Value Deliver the most bang for the buck as measured by the customer 3 Deliver Frequently & Incrementally Respect the urgency and importance conveyed by the customer 4 Recruit Small Teams Recruit 6 to 12 self-managed, performance-oriented team members 5 Coach for Success Focus on outcomes not activities, remove barriers to success and communicate to sponsors and beneficiaries
  6. Deliver Frequently & Incrementally Respect the urgency and importance conveyed by the customer 3
  7. Teams are performance units Internally cohesive Multidiscipline Collaborative
  8. Frequent & Incremental Frequent deliveries Feedback after every delivery
  9. Requirements Dilemma Not everything the customer wants is known at the outset Requirements evolve with operational experience
  10. Build in Increments Define a little, build a little Acquire experience Each increment is subject to course correction
  11. No Big Bang! Waiting until the end invariably misses the mark
  12. The Incremental Project 1+2+3=6 Partition project goals Sequence the most urgent first Schedule sequences to hit milestones
  13. Work on Backlog
  14. Work on Feedback Backlog
  15. Work on Feedback Make Course Backlog Corrections
  16. Work on Feedback Make Course Backlog Corrections TIMEBOX
  17. Work on Feedback Make Course Backlog Corrections TIMEBOX Milestone Time boxes regulate team work Increments of the backlog are delivered at milestones
  18. Plan to the horizon Team 1 Team 1 END Team 1 All time boxes are planned within one horizon
  19. Cadence is the key
  20. Mitigate Performance Issues Re-plan the time box Move unfinished work into next time box Add key resources
  21. Miss Deadlines?
  22. Always respect the customer’s value proposition!
  23. More in the book
  24. Amazon.com Barnesandnoble.com Borders.com PMI.org Send John questions at info@sqpegconsulting.com PUBLISHED BY J. ROSS PUBLISHING
  25. Your Host Today’s Guest Todd W. Ruopp John Goodpasture, PMP Unleashing Performance, Inc. Square Peg Consulting, Inc.
  26. © 2009 – 2010 UNLEASHING PERFORMANCE, INC.™ ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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  28. A Production of Unleashing Performance, Inc. ™ Helping people close the gap between performance and potential™
  29. A Production of Unleashing Performance, Inc. ™ Helping people close the gap between performance and potential™ 407.401.3938 www.UnleashingPerformance.com

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