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Product camp sprint presentation

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Workshop delivered at St. Louis Product Camp 2017 trying some sprint activities from the book and sharing our experience with sprints.

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Product camp sprint presentation

  1. 1. Lois Lewis @loistweet Martha Valenta @marthavalenta
  2. 2. Welcome to the sprint!
  3. 3. You’re gonna build & test a realistic prototype in 5 days.
  4. 4. Also, do you know each other?
  5. 5. If not, SUPER QUICK intros: Your name + 2 words about what you do.
  6. 6. Now, some quick ground rules:
  7. 7. 1. The Facilitator is in charge of the schedule.
  8. 8. 2. The Decider makes all tough decisions.
  9. 9. 3. No devices in the room.
  10. 10. 3. No devices in the room. (You can use them at breaks. Or step out of the room any time.)
  11. 11. 3. No devices in the room. (Power Gloves are okay.)
  12. 12. Preview of the sprint:
  13. 13. Nobody knows everything, so you’ll share info.
  14. 14. Ask the experts Talk to one person at a time and take notes.
  15. 15. Make a map This will be a simple diagram with around 5-15 steps.
  16. 16. Pick a target Choose a customer type and a focus on the map.
  17. 17. Group brainstorms don’t work, so you’ll sketch alone.
  18. 18. Sketch The process goes step-by-step to make it easy.
  19. 19. Your sketches will look like this:
  20. 20. Haha! Just kidding. More like this:
  21. 21. You’ll make fast decisions without groupthink or sales pitches.
  22. 22. Sticky decision Choose the best sketches with silent review and structured critique.
  23. 23. Turn the winning sketches into a storyboard:
  24. 24. A realistic façade is all you need to learn from customers.
  25. 25. If your product is on a screen, try tools like Keynote or PowerPoint and InVision or Marvel.
  26. 26. If it’s on paper, design it with Keynote, PowerPoint, or Word.
  27. 27. If it’s a service, use your sprint team as actors.
  28. 28. If it’s a physical space, modify an existing space.
  29. 29. If it’s an object, modify an existing object, 3D print a prototype, or prototype the marketing.
  30. 30. 5 customer interviews are enough to reveal big patterns.
  31. 31. Interview 5 customers, 1:1.
  32. 32. The team watches over video from another room.
  33. 33. At the end of the sprint, you’ll know what to do next.
  34. 34. Often, it’s helpful to fix the prototype and test it again.
  35. 35. FM T W T If you do 3 sprints in a row… FTWT FT …they won’t all take 5 days.
  36. 36. Okay, let’s do it!
  37. 37. TGIM’s (Monday’s) is a family owned and operated local restaurant located near a busy downtown University Campus. Its clientele are mainly students and university staff. The restaurant is losing business to other new local eateries
  38. 38. Your role? Experts Deciders Facilitator
  39. 39. Key Ideas: • Start at the end • Nobody knows everything • Reframe problems as opportunities
  40. 40. Facilitator Tips • Ask for permission. Ask the group for permission to facilitate. Ex-plain that you’ll try to keep things moving, which will make the sprint more efficient for everyone. • ABC: Always be capturing. Synthesize the team’s discussion into notes on the whiteboard. Improvise when needed. Keep asking, “How should I capture that?” • Ask obvious questions. Pretend to be naive. Ask “Why?” a lot. • Take care of the humans. Keep your team energized. Take breaks every sixty to ninety minutes. Remind people to snack and to eat a light lunch. • Decide and move on. Slow decisions sap energy and threaten the sprint timeline. If the group sinks into a long debate, ask the Decider to make a call.
  41. 41. Psst! Check out the checklist PDF. thesprintbook.com/tools

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