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LKCE19 - Natalia de Souza Manha - Lean Portfolio Governance with Kanban in a Fintech Company

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The goal of this presentation is to show how a Financial Technology Company in Brazil sustainable evolve from 20 teams running around 50 initiatives to 140 teams with more then 400 initiatives in 4 years, becoming NYSE's Biggest IPO Since Snap in 2018, following what we call an Agile Journey supported by Kanban. Some of the practices we use in our organization that will be presented here: Fit for Purpose clients segmentation, OKRs to provide alignment between strategic, tactical and operational levels, Lean Canvas and A3 for design, implementation and delivery process follow up and, finally, a Portfolio Kanban that started in a Power Point, with metrics done manually in Excel, based in the Spotify Product Development process and today is evolving based on Flight Levels, supported by tools as Swiftkanban and PowerBI and in the autonomy of people involved in this process, as Management and Product Owners.

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LKCE19 - Natalia de Souza Manha - Lean Portfolio Governance with Kanban in a Fintech Company

  1. 1. LEAN PORTFOLIO GOVERNANCE WITH KANBAN In a Financial Technology Company NATALIA MANHA
  2. 2. PagSeguro since 2018 Kanban Management Professional More then 5.000 people trained in Kanban principles and practices since 2016 Master on Production Engineer in 2015 Lean Management in IT from 2007 to 2015 at IBM NATALIA MANHA LEAN PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
  3. 3. - From 20 to 140 teams and the IPO - The Agile Journey - Why Kanban? - Fit for purpose - OKRs - Canvas and A3 - Fligh levels - From Power Point to a Kanban tool - Managing dependencies - From Excel to Power BI - Our team - Next challenges AGENDA TOPICS TO BE COVERED
  4. 4. THE AGILE JOURNEY WE ALSO BELIEVE THIS IS ONLY POSSIBLE WHEN DONE BY MOTIVATED AND EMPOWERED PEOPLE FOR US, IT'S THE ABILITY TO ADAPT TO CHANGE, WITH INCREMENTAL VALUE DELIVERY IN SHORT CYCLES AND TIRELESS CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT.
  5. 5. Focus in control; Execution according to a plan; Long cycle times; Success defined as delivery in the scope/time/costs FROM THERE Focus in feedback; Learning; Small cycle times; Success as the number of problems solved to our client. TO HERE
  6. 6. WHY KANBAN? PRINCIPLES & PRACTICES
  7. 7. WHY KANBAN? PRINCIPLES & PRACTICES
  8. 8. GOALS 2 groups: know what's happening in the organization and see the risks and dependencies. FIT FOR PURPOSE: INSIDE PORTFOLIO PERSONAS Directors, Managers, Program Managers, Product Owners, Agile Masters...
  9. 9. Presentations are versatile communication tools. OKRS STRATEGY ALIGNMENT
  10. 10. LEAN CANVAS AND A3
  11. 11. FLIGHT LEVELS
  12. 12. THE KANBAN TOOL
  13. 13. MANAGING DEPENDENCIES
  14. 14. POWER BI
  15. 15. FEEDBACK
  16. 16. OUR TEAM
  17. 17. CHALLENGES
  18. 18. THANK YOU! NATALIA MANHA NSMANHA@GMAIL.COM

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