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CF - Portfolios and Roadmaps

  1. 1. Cadenced Flow: Portfolios & Roadmaps Cat Swetel & Matt Barcomb @catswetel @mattbarcomb
  2. 2. Issues with typical portfolio planning Applying optionality to a portfolio Thinking in terms of information value Using flow-based roadmaps to deliver Example metrics for portfolios & roadmaps How we’ll spend the time
  3. 3. Traditional Portfolio Planning
  4. 4. Planning for mass construction
  5. 5. Planning for scientific research
  6. 6. Routine manufacturing Complex manufacturing Physical product dev. Spectrum of knowable stuff Scientific research Mass construction Software product dev. Enterprise ERP impl. Known about problem Response to unknowns Amount of unknowables
  7. 7. Shift the focus
  8. 8. You’re going to spend (at least)this amount regardless of investment model... Portfolios: from projects to products
  9. 9. Migration patterns: from projects to products Big projects Single Segments Microfolios
  10. 10. Your portfolio as options Like a sales funnel Information discovery funnel
  11. 11. Your portfolio as options Ideation Prototype Pilot Prod Not yet validated High uncertainty Uncertainty decreased Validated
  12. 12. Options MVPs/Projects are options triggers: starting/stopping heuristics (context, events, rules of thumb) information value of options Options: start/stop heuristics
  13. 13. Options MVPs/Projects are options triggers: starting/stopping heuristics (context, events, rules of thumb) information value of options Options: start/stop heuristics e.g. $$$ or market readiness leading indicators pilot’s checklist
  14. 14. Information Value of Options
  15. 15. Tomorrow’s Core Business Today’s Core Business Keep the lights on Focus Low risk Big investment Lots of small, high risk/high reward bets Pay less to obtain information early
  16. 16. But how do you actually use an options-based portfolio?
  17. 17. Team A Team B A starting structure
  18. 18. Team A Team B Readiness Infras Readiness & Infrastructure
  19. 19. Team A Team B Readiness Infras On Horizon Coming Soon Up Next Current Goal In Use Time-based flow
  20. 20. Team A Team B Readiness Infras On Horizon Coming Soon Up Next Current Goal In Use HBD Here be dragons!
  21. 21. Team A Team B Readiness Infras On Horizon Coming Soon Up Next Current Goal In Use HBD things we do now and again for reasons things we do now and again for reasons things we do now and again for reasons things we do now and again for reasons things we do now and again for reasons things we do now and again for reasons Define explicit policies
  22. 22. Team A Team B Readiness Infras On Horizon Coming Soon Up Next Current Goal In Use HBD things we do now and again for reasons things we do now and again for reasons things we do now and again for reasons things we do now and again for reasons things we do now and again for reasons things we do now and again for reasons 12 22 Limit work in progress
  23. 23. Roadmap metrics Cycle Time and/or Lead Time Lead Time Cycle Time Team A Team B Readiness Infras On Horizon Coming Soon Up Next Current Goal In Use HBD DISCLAIMER: This is just an example.
  24. 24. Roadmap metrics Cycle Time and/or Lead Time
  25. 25. Portfolio metrics: churn Ideation Prototype Pilot Prod Churn Churn Churn Discover viability of ideas at lowest possible cost.
  26. 26. Portfolio metrics: risk and experimentation
  27. 27. Portfolio metrics: cost of delay “Whenever we pay less than this amount for time we are improving the economics of a project.” -Don Reinertsen in LeanMagazine.net
  28. 28. Transitioning traditional portfolios Working with a variety of options How to use information value to inform Starting a flow-based roadmap Metrics and measures for product planning What we covered
  29. 29. Questions? Cat Swetel Matt Barcomb @catswetel @mattbarcomb

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