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Copy of Project Management Process

Agile & Kanban
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Rachel Chen

on 15 January 2013

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UX Project Manager
Rachel Chen
rachel.chen@tibco.com Project Management Project Management Process Flow UX Project Manager
By Rachel Chen Project Management Q & A Agile & Kanban Agile and Kanban Project Programs are groups of related projects that are managed using the same techniques in coordinated fashion.
For example Golden State Warriors(GSW) is a program contains GSW-iOS project and GSW-Android project; both projects are managed in the same way to achieve the same objective Unique
Temporary in nature ( definite beginning and ending date )
Projects are completed when the project goals are achieved
Or its determined that the project is no longer viable
A successful project is one that meets or exceeds the expectation of project stakeholders Iteration An iteration is a single development cycle, usually measured as one week or two weeks. An iteration may also be defined as the elapsed time between iteration planning sessions. Project Management brings a set of tools and techniques (performed by people) to describe, organize, and monitor the work of project activities Definition Portfolios are collection of programs and projects that support a specific business objective.
For example UX Portfolio responsible for number of projects and programs that align with company’s strategy and objective Portfolio Program Project Manager Project Managers are the people responsible for managing the project process and using the tools and techniques to carry out the project activities Agile Process Groups Inputs Tolls & Techniques Deliverable Idea/Concept
Market Demand
Company StrategiesSystem improvements Kanban board
Expert Judgment
Meetings
Qualification checklist Rejected or approved
Portfolio Backlog Updated
Committed PO
Portfolio Backlog Ranking updated Portfolio Management Inputs Tools & Techniques Estimation
User research result
Identified Risk list
Identified assumptions
Product Deliverable
Stories/User cases
Successful criteria
Identified Resources Program/Project Management Deliverable Requirements
Successful Criteria Confluence
JIAR Tool
SVN
Inception workshop
Expert Judgment
Perform User research
Feasibility checklist Does it have clear defined Requirement?

Does it have measurable deliverable?

What are the assumptions, risk, dependencies and anything else we should know of?

What are NON-Functional expectations?

What are functional expectations?

What are various solution?

What are the assumptions, risk, dependencies and anything else we should know of?

Do we know when we succeed? Feasibility Checklist Project Development Life Cycle Design Development QA/UAT 1 2 3 Idea Initiation Evaluation Portfolio backlog 1 2 3 Portfolio Life Cycle Inception UX Research Requirement Analysis
Technical Analysis
Activity Estimation
Resource Estimation 4 Release Iteration Framework Iteration Planning (PA)
- short inception to capture enough detail requirements/user cases to perform within an iteration
- task breakdown
Iteration Planning
(Off-Shore)
short inception to capture enough detail requirements/user cases to perform within an iteration
- task breakdown
End of Iteration Checklist

An incremental and potentially shippable working pieces
Demo (internal/external)
Interaction flow diagram updated
Wireframe updated
Visual Design Package updated
Copy updated
StyleGuide updated
Usability testing updated
Design Signed off
QA Validated End of Iteration Checklist
An incremental and potentially shippable working pieces
Demo (internal/external)
Interaction flow diagram updated
Wireframe updated
Visual Design Package updated
Copy updated
StyleGuide updated
Usability testing updated
Design Signed off
QA Validated checkpoint
1. what was achieved since last checkpoint
2. what will be performed from now to next check point
3. show stopper or blocker Requirements
Successful Criteria Tools & Techniques Deliverable Project Manager is not ZOMBIE
nor darth vader Annie Idea Qualification Checklist:
1. Does it ailing with Company Strategic Objective?

2. Does it deliver measurable value? For example increase of revenue etc…

3. Is there a committed Product Owner?

4. Does it have a clear defined requirement?

5. is it feasible (Resource, skills, technology etc...)

6. What is team's confidence level? ( H, M, L) 1. Authorized Project 2. Ranking
3. Updated Portfolio Input Kanban board
Inception workshop
Expert Judgment
Perform UX research
Feasibility checklist Estimation
User research result
Identified Risk list
Identified assumptions
Product Deliverable
Stories/User cases
Successful criteria
Identified Resources Inception Process Q &A Why Do We Need Project Management ?
Control scope and manage dynamic changes
Provide transparency
To strive for clarity of project goal
Focus on the solution
Define the critical path to optimally complete the project
Able to react the the chaos
Able to move faster and better
To build the QUALITY IN
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