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Scaling up development - Experiences from QlikView

Presentation @ "LUCAS dagen" 2013-10-01
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Anders Samuelson

on 4 October 2013

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Transcript of Scaling up development - Experiences from QlikView

Onboarding
R&D Intro Week
Product Training
QlikAcademy
Need for next
generation product

The Challenge
Adopt efficient work process
Legal Disclaimer
Grow development
capacity to meet timeline

The Product
Three Qlikkies
The Company
Sales analysis
Cost analysis
Machine generated data analysis
Supply chain management
Finance
VP Product Management
Donald
Simplifying Decisions for Everyone, Everywhere
Natural Analytics
Anders
"Adam"
Åsa
QkliView.Next
Persona
Lead Project
Manager
Director
Project Office
Scaling up
development

Experiences from QlikView
Growing the team
Grow the team
Founded 1993
US HQ
Nasdaq: QLIK
> 29000 Customers in > 100 countries
> 1500 Employees
Touch a Billion Lives
By
> 1500 Partners Worldwide
Recruitment
Value based
Trust
Quality
Organizing for Results
Painful
Takes time
Rewarding
Moving to
Agile & Lean
The Journey
The Approach
Initial baseline
Experiment
Change
Observation
Hypotheses
Plan
Execute
Evaluate

Smooth? Not really...
Defining the work...
Stop & Go syndrom
Feature blindness
Flow -
overcoming Stop and Go
Defining the work -
Epics & Stories
Personas -
Getting out of feature blindness
A few more impediments...
Getting to green - the tale of continuous delivery
Dependency hell - feature or component teams?
Getting teams to - "Stop starting start finishing"
When are we done? - when epics and stories do not cut it.
So how are we doing?
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