Who is in the team?
0 Define who is who.
0 Data can be brought from any system with a tabulated format
(Excel, for example...
What are their abilities?
0 Abilities may define that BOB plays different roles
0 Abilities may define that many people pl...
What is the job to be done?
0 Define stories, activities, bug-fixes
0 It is possible to apply multiple work
breakdown stru...
Estimate the work and value
0 Create initial metrics for business

value, priorities, phases
(Sprints/Project Backlog)

0 ...
Apply resources or
abilities to Activities

0 Pick groups of activities and

change the properties to
include a person, a ...
Run the Dynamic
Resource Scheduling

You now have an instant draft of workloads, durations and Sprint Schedule
Immediate results with DRS
(Dynamic Resource Scheduling)

The agenda for each participant is fully compatible with their w...
Immediate results with DRS
(Dynamic Resource Scheduling)

Instant metric controls, for business value, project burndown, r...
Data export to Excel,
gives you unlimited perspectives
Try out changes to “what goes
when” (new Sprint combinations)
Product Owner, Scrum Master and Scrum
Team have an immediate...
You get a perspective
of Value Change to any try-outs

New tasks
in a Sprint…

…Demands
new
priorities
to team members
You get a perspective
of Value Change to any try-outs

... And generates
other perspectives
of Business Value
New tasks
in...
With Dynamic Resource Scheduling, everyone
gets the new sequence on the fly.

And it is so fast to schedule and change age...
That is not just dynamic.
That is

Break new paradigms and visit us on www.scrumsmart.org

DRS is powered by Spider Projec...
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When Scrum meets dynamic resource scheduling, we have Scrum Smart. It is breaking paradigms again for those who broke paradigms with Agile management.

It is all about fitting more stories and bug fixes to each Sprint, while gaining great visibility to Business Value, cost management and true workload burn down metrics.

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Scrum Smart

  1. 1. Who is in the team? 0 Define who is who. 0 Data can be brought from any system with a tabulated format (Excel, for example) 0 Any fields may be created (e-mails, ID, phones, etc) 0 Any number of cost per hour definition (standard working hour, standard hourly expenses), etc.
  2. 2. What are their abilities? 0 Abilities may define that BOB plays different roles 0 Abilities may define that many people plays one role
  3. 3. What is the job to be done? 0 Define stories, activities, bug-fixes 0 It is possible to apply multiple work breakdown structures (example: Activity 1 belongs to Story A that belongs to Feature 01, or Release 01, etc) 0 In the example, we are pre-determining that activities 1 to 13 would be part of Release 01 and activities 14 to 21 would be part of Release 02 (you can change minds at any time)
  4. 4. Estimate the work and value 0 Create initial metrics for business value, priorities, phases (Sprints/Project Backlog) 0 Priorities use the team´s feeling of what is the most important stuff 0 Business Value estimates the expected result to the Product Owner 0 Duration estimates the effort (workload) to be applied 0 All that can be usually brought from any spread sheet already in use 0 Sprints distribution is a quick draft of what could go in what moment. 0 If you have monthly Sprints, you are basically anticipating to what month goes each set of features, stories, etc. You can change you mind at any time
  5. 5. Apply resources or abilities to Activities 0 Pick groups of activities and change the properties to include a person, a team or abilities necessary to perform the job. 0 You may assign Bob or Diana individually, or select “ability developer” and give the software flexibility to pick the best combination. 0 Any resources may be applied to one or more activities, including necessary use of software, machinery, etc. When abilities are chosen, the software will check costs, preferences, individual schedule availability, etc.
  6. 6. Run the Dynamic Resource Scheduling You now have an instant draft of workloads, durations and Sprint Schedule
  7. 7. Immediate results with DRS (Dynamic Resource Scheduling) The agenda for each participant is fully compatible with their workload
  8. 8. Immediate results with DRS (Dynamic Resource Scheduling) Instant metric controls, for business value, project burndown, resource burndown, earned value, trends, costs estimates, and many others.
  9. 9. Data export to Excel, gives you unlimited perspectives
  10. 10. Try out changes to “what goes when” (new Sprint combinations) Product Owner, Scrum Master and Scrum Team have an immediate view of what can change in each Sprint by adding or removing jobs, including bugfixes or new features. Play around moving stories, tasks and bugs until you determine the best fit to a chosen Time-box.
  11. 11. You get a perspective of Value Change to any try-outs New tasks in a Sprint… …Demands new priorities to team members
  12. 12. You get a perspective of Value Change to any try-outs ... And generates other perspectives of Business Value New tasks in a Sprint…
  13. 13. With Dynamic Resource Scheduling, everyone gets the new sequence on the fly. And it is so fast to schedule and change agendas, that your team can take informed new decisions at any day, during any quick meeting, with verified analysis of impact in changes of priorities or items in any Sprint.
  14. 14. That is not just dynamic. That is Break new paradigms and visit us on www.scrumsmart.org DRS is powered by Spider Project Professional

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