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SCRUM Agile - Project Management

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SCRUM Agile -
Project Management

PRODUCT BACKLOG = WISH LIST
User Story 1
User Story 2
User Story 3
User Story 4

Feature Requests
Identify the users stories
Estimate time
Prioritise
Release Product Backlog
User Story 1
User Story 3
User Story 4
Duration : n hours
Duration : m hours
Duration : p hours
Duration : w hours
User Story 2
Time : X hours
Create Sprint
SPRINT 1
SPRINT 2
SPRINT 3
User Story 1
User Story 3
User Story 4
Duration : n hours
Duration : m hours
Duration : p hours
Duration : w hours
User Story 2
SPRINT 1
SPRINT 2
SPRINT 3
Min Duration : 1 week
Max Duration : 4 weeks
Standups
DAY 1
DAY 2
Daily Meetings : 15 min max
What I did
What I'm going to do
What are my obstacles
What went well
What we could have done to make it better

Retrospective
Tools to Manage an Agile Project
- www.axosoft.com
- CA Technologies : Project & Portfolio Management Solution
AGILE PRINCIPLES
1) Clarity of the Outcomes
2) Listen, Iterate, Learn, Correct
3) Self-directed team to unleash innovation
To help identify outcomes
(Users stories)
-
Empathy Map:
Can help to identify thoughs and feelings of the client

-
Hills:
Help define the mission and scope of a project and serve to focus the work on what your user wants.
- Tool for Off-shore team Brainstorming

http://groupzap.com/b/create/
1. Share where you’re stuck.

2. Clarify aspirations.

3. Connect current competencies to new challenges.

4. Create a simple, short-term goal that includes accountability.

5. Receive help.

6. Accept that new behaviors feel awkward

7. Mention it during Standups meetings.

How to act when you are facing an obstacle
Feedback
Give

- Is the person open to feedback?

- Feedback experience must be personal: Sit next to the team member for example

- Ask questions to understand their perspectives

- Ask a feedback of the feedback experience: How to make it more useful ?
Receive

- Being open to critics

- Type of question that can be asked: “ What is one thing I am failing to do or that I could change to improve our results?” / “Is there anything I should focus more on? “

- Ask the team for advice.
APPRECIATE

Focus on
1) Action = What he did
2) Trait = How he did it
3) Benefit = The result of his action
COACH

G.R.O.W Model

GOAL: Ask for the person’s goal

REALITY: Investigate the current situation

OPTIONS: Create a list of courses of actions

WILL: Coach has to decide what has to be done in the future.


EVALUATE

1) IDENTIFY & DESCRIBE specific observable behaviour.

2) EXPLAIN THE BENEFITS OR CONSEQUENCES of behaviours on performance goals.

3) REINFORCE positive behaviour OR describe new behaviour and get commitment to the behaviour change.

4) FOLLOW-UP to sustain desired behaviours.
How to unleash creativity
-Dismantle and rebuild
-Tests
-Explore (new culture...)
End of the Project
Agile Project Timeline
Made by Leandro Giacalone
GBS/AD&I
AMS Project Manager
leandro.giacalone@uk.ibm.com

Burndown Chart

Progress Chart
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