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Points Don't Mean Prizes

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Are you sick of seeing your team treated as a sausage machine for turning user stories into code? Can your developers only talk about how long something will take, or how exactly it will be built?

In this talk, I’ll explore how to get your team focused on delivering customer value instead by:
• Asking questions that refine stories to deliver value more effectively, rather than estimating story points and technical tasks.
• Building and refining backlogs around customer journeys, rather than breaking down epics into prioritised lists of stories.
• Creating a culture of continuous discovery and experimentation, rather than delivering a fixed roadmap of features.

You’ll take home practices that will help your team start talking about customer value first.

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Points Don't Mean Prizes

  1. 1. Points Don’t Mean Prizes Adrian Howard (@adrianh)
  2. 2. This is (of course) A LIE
  3. 3. This is (of course) A LIE
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  8. 8. Three Questions That Can Help
  9. 9. Value questions still make stories smaller
  12. 12. OKRs Options BUT WAIT… THERE’S MORE!
  13. 13. OKRs Options Assumptions BUT WAIT… THERE’S MORE!
  14. 14. OKRs Options Assumptions Hypotheses BUT WAIT… THERE’S MORE!
  15. 15. OKRs Options Assumptions Hypotheses Experiments BUT WAIT… THERE’S MORE!
  16. 16. OKRs Options Assumptions Hypotheses Experiments ★
  17. 17. Interviews Persona Usability Tests Diary Studies
 Prototyping ★
  18. 18. The really important thing we’ve not talked about
  19. 19. DO LESS TOGETHER MORE OFTEN to do MORE Adrian Howard (@adrianh)
  20. 20. Questions? Agile & Lean UX News — Adrian Howard (@adrianh) “I get it you should too” — @tonytphd “A treasure chest of recent lean & agile material” — @davidpetersimon “It’s one of the best newsletters out there” — @LadiesThatUXATL “You should subscribe” — @brownpf