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From Scrum to Scrumban

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From Scrum to Scrumban

  1. 1. An Agile Journey John Peltier June 19, 2012
  2. 2. About MeJohn Peltier Product Manager – The Network, Inc. Lead Organizer – ProductCamp Atlanta Twitter: @johnpeltier Twitter: @pcampatl
  3. 3. Product Management To “identify an urgent and pervasive problem, and determine people are willing to pay to solve it.” [via Pragmatic Marketing] Then, guide the design and delivery of a solution for profit. (“product-market fit”) Ability to sell influenced by, among many things:  Time of delivery  Depth of solution
  4. 4. What is scrum?Scrum <> Scrumban
  5. 5. Scrum Workflow
  6. 6. What is kanban?
  7. 7. What is Scrumban?* Elements from Scrum  Iterations  Standups  Retrospectives  Demos Elements from Kanban  Just in Time Planning  Work in Progress Limits *our team’s interpretation
  8. 8. now, for our story…
  9. 9. Why We Transitioned Retrospectives revealed:  Too many stories at a time  Planning was draining  Details forgottenAdditional reading: your-toes-into-kanban/
  10. 10. Release Planning1. Review Balsamiq Mockup of Release Candidate  Shows happy path / primary features2. Create user stories to reflect the vision3. Size the stories (small / medium / large)4. Prioritize the stories5. Get to work
  11. 11. Why scrumban helps product managers(when serving in the product owner role) Credit: Mountain Goat Software and Rich Mironov
  12. 12. Outcomes 20% increase in velocity Tangible improvement in morale
  13. 13. Conclusions Scrumban releases control to dev Dev must “grok” the end goal for scrumban to work Relieves some of the forced ritual of scrum May relieve some of the pressure on overburdened product managers who are serving as product owners