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Scrum / Ipd metodologies
Transcript of Scrum / Ipd metodologies
Methodology for Integrated
project delivery based on cBIM
integrated project delivery
Early collaboration of suppliers
How to addopt Scrum project metodology
for construction projects ??
fast delivery of 'important' info
Daily 'scrums' and weekly 'scrums'
Client becames 'Product owner'
Approvals in some milestones
Others . . .
Scrum (new approach)
Delivery of information
Higher scrum cicles
Scrum - Agile
Is the same?
Are you sure that delivered information
is what customer really wants?
Scrum is used in software development
Convince the client about this new approach
lower barriers between client and TEAM,
better productivity and satisfaction
put the TEAM together!!!
Daily scrum (15 minutes only)!!!
Remember: 3 questions :
What did you yesterday?
What are you going to do today?
Which impediments you will have to do it?
Project (scrum) manager role
facilitates work, help the team, leadership
Divide Project in 'clever' sprints
Clients follow the project
Take time to planify the sprint
(4 hours to 1 day)
but if sprint has started don't
change requirements or priorities
Leave the TEAM to work!!!
Don't disturb the team never!!!
Don't forget RETROSPECTIVES
Retrospectives in each sprint
conceptualization phase [expanded programming]
criteria design phase [expanded schematic design]
detailed design phase [expanded design development]
implementation documents phase [construction documents]
agency review phase
Integrated project delivery (IPD), is a collaborative alliance of people, systems, business structures and practices into a process that harnesses the talents and insights of all participants to optimize project results, increase value to the owner, reduce waste, and maximize efficiency through all phases of design, fabrication, and construction.
Using Agile/Scrum methods
working on BIM models