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Building the Project Backlog - Agile Project Management Training
 
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Devin Deen, Agile Scrum Master and project management expert, shows you how to build your project backlog in both Agile and traditional Waterfall projects. Plan your next project at https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=BuildingtheProjectBacklog
Agile teams without product owners - Andie Nordgren
 
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Many agile software development organizations have self managing teams when it comes to implementation of software, but still use a Product Owner role for product discovery, user and business value and story prioritization. At CCP Games, developers of award winning science fiction MMO EVE Online, the product owner role has been eliminated as a position held by individuals, and instead the responsibility of product ownership has been integrated into the development feature teams with good results. Hear how the change happened, how team based management is part of the puzzle, and what the results have been a year into this change for the EVE dev team. Foo Café is an independent and physical meeting place for people of all backgrounds and expertise within the IT-industry in the Malmö/Lund region. Foo Café is aimed at those interested in sharing, learning and creating. Join the fun at foocafe.org
Views: 1993 FooCafe
Frederico Figueiredo - Building a Product Backlog from Scratch
 
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I recently joined an established company with an existing product, customers, team members, and a well-defined growth plan to deliver a large-scale version of the product in 5 months. Although there was a clear vision on what to build, the actual knowledge was spread across different documents, excel files, notes, and team members. There was no common understanding. In other words, no product backlog to guide the team to a successful delivery. In this talk we will overview techniques that you can adapt to your own needs to populate, estimate and prioritize a backlog for a large-scale product. We will not focus on the theory behind creating backlogs. Instead, we will take a close look into a real-case scenario where known and existing methods were adapted and integrated to build a backlog in less than a week. Autor: Frederico Figueiredo
Views: 6207 Agile Spain
Writing Requirements: Write Functional Requirements - Traditional, Agile, Outsourcing
 
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Writing Requirements: Write Functional Requirements is an excerpt from Requirements: The Masterclass LiveLessons--Traditional, Agile, Outsourcing (Video Training). Purchase full course at informit.com/YouTube and save 50% with code YOUTUBE. Also available in Safari subscription service. 13+ Hours of Video Training - Requirements: The Masterclass LiveLessons--Agile, Traditional, Outsourcing is a video course covering requirements, whether they are the requirements for software, a service, or a product. This video teaches the requirements process from initiation and scoping, through investigating the work being done and then determining the optimal solution to improve that work. After this course, business analysts, agile team members, and others concerned with requirements will be able to discover the correct requirements and communicate them precisely and unambiguously to the product developers. Description This video course teaches you how to become a requirements wizard--it covers the gamut of the requirements activities. It begins with how to scope the problem using a context model and then how to use business events and business use cases to subdivide the problem space into manageable and convenient chunks. It looks at how to uncover the real problem--something not done on many projects--and then how to find its optimal solution. Then the video show how to write unambiguous and correct stories or requirements to ensure correct development. The course includes some downloadable material that enhances the video lessons and provides exercises to sharpen your requirements skills. Skill Level Intermediate to advanced What You Will Learn How to discover and elicit requirements How to write unambiguous and testable requirements How to write the correct agile stories How to run your requirements project, whether it’s an agile, traditional, outsourced, or OTS project How to understand the role of good requirements in agile development How to scope the business problem How to ensure the scope and the stakeholders match the goals How to study the business How to find the right solution to the real business problem How to review the requirements How to trace requirements How to get requirements right Who Should Take This Course Business analysts who want to be more effective in their requirements work Product owners and product/program managers Agile team members who want to improve the accuracy of their deliverables Users and software customers who want to ensure the requirements process is delivering what they need Course Requirements Basic understanding of the need for requirements in the development process http://www.informit.com/store/requirements-the-masterclass-livelessons-traditional-9780134189758?WT.mc_id=Social_YT
Views: 16660 LiveLessons
How to Start an Agile Project
 
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In this video, I quickly outline how I would start an Agile project from the ground up. I go over the idea of having a single product owner who is responsible for the product, rather than a committee of stakeholders. SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://bit.ly/1zPTNLT Sign up for the Simple Programmer Newsletter: http://simpleprogrammer.com/email Simple Programmer blog: http://simpleprogrammer.com Boost your career now: http://devcareerboost.com
Views: 8064 Bulldog Mindset
What is Agile Product Management and How Do I Get Started?
 
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For more information on Agile Product Management Training visit: http://www.aspe-roi.com/courses/agile-product-management/ In this video, Chris Barron discusses the advantages of Agile Product Management and the personal benefits of changing your approach to product management. Transcript: Product managers face a couple major challenges. First is the pace of change. Everything in the market is changing faster than ever. Whether its how your buyers are behaving, how your competitors are behaving, industry regulations, things are just happening globally 24-7. There are businesses where you used to think of annual product cycles. Companies especially online ones are doing product rollout on a daily basis. Its hard to keep up with that. The second major challenge related to that is that you and everyone you work with wants you to be this great strategic thinker. When you look at where you spend your time, you're down in the weeds. You are putting out fires with sales, or helping marketing tweak copy, or your working with your IT team trying to come up with features that you are supposed to be delivering. All that is great but what you're neglecting is the strategic stuff and bigger picture that gives the company roadmap. This leads to the major roadblock. You would like to do the strategic stuff but you dont have enough time. You can only do so much. When you take a new role, you are excited to do all these great things, and then when you are into it, and everyone wonders well can I go back. Part of what prevents you from doing this is you feel a great responsibility. You love what you do, you love the people you work with, you love the product you're trying to manage but you gotta face facts. If you just keep going along the way that you are without anything changing, you're going to burn out. How this class helps product managers help you do your job better: Well first of all there is what you learn in the class, broadly, just in terms of whats different than the traditional approach, which got you into the predicament that you are in. Part of that is teaching you a different philosophy. Its a mindset shift of getting away from being predictive and having a command-control way of organizing things and realizing that you have to me much more nimble and adaptive, agile. The second thing you get out of the class is tools and tactics on how to do that. Its one thing to convince you you need to change but we need to tell you how to put it to practice, Some direct benefits people get from these tools: First, improved relationships with other parts of the company especially senior management. Senior management is often the one set of internal stakeholders you have spent the least time with and should spend more time with. We show you how to do that by structuring much more short but frequent interactions that create mutual communication. Also a way to conduct your business in a more transparent and accountable way. This is the kind of work that your peers respect. Secondly, we are going to teach you alternative techniques and tools to the traditional ones that have been sucking up your time. There is usually always a faster, easier, more productive way of achieving the same goals without have to burn so much.effort and detail. Especially when you reflect on how many documents you spend days or weeks writing only to have them be completely obsolete the moment they are done. Lets get you out of that busy work and get you back to doing things that have value. Lastly we allow you to be the project manager that you originally thought you were going to be. The one who is being a real cross functional leader by teaching you how to communicate more openly across the organization and to communicate at a level that is important to the company, not just product details that bore everyone. We show you how to live up to those expectations of being someone that can really lead the organization down the road map and provide guidance and vision.
Views: 357 ASPE
CONNECTS: Agile Product Development
 
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Wednesday, October 14, 2015 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm Presenter: Sean Ammirati, Birchmere Ventures & Labs Learn an iterative and interactive framework to manage the process of building your startup's technology solution. Master specific tips for implementing this framework in your venture and hear case studies from local Pittsburgh companies who have taken advantage of these techniques.
Agile Day Atlanta I David Hussman I Are You Building the Right Product?
 
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VersionOne (www.versionone.com) recently interviewed David Hussman, the founder of DevJam, about emerging design techniques – like story maps and customer journeys – that can help teams visualize and develop the right products.
Define and Plan Great Products with JIRA and Confluence - Part 1
 
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Learn how to use Confluence (www.atlassian.com/Confluence‎) and JIRA (www.atlassian.com/JIRA) together to support product and development managers throughout the product development cycle. You'll hear from Sherif Mansour and Jason Wong, Principal Product Managers for Confluence and JIRA, respectively, about how they use JIRA and Confluence to: • Gather ideas, plan and socialise roadmaps • Define product requirements and goals • Turn requirements into user stories and epics in JIRA • Organise a project or release so everyone has the information they need. Product managers and development managers will leave with practical tips they can implement to make their product development process smoother and more agile. This webinar will be hands on with the products, so even if you're already a JIRA whiz, you're sure to learn something new. ➲ Subscribe to Atlassian on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=goAtlassian ➲ Visit the Atlassian foundation https://www.atlassian.com/company/about/foundation ➲ Atlassian careers https://www.atlassian.com/company/careers
Views: 65278 Atlassian
What Are Agile Product Backlogs?
 
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We explore what a Product Backlog is, what is is made of, how it is made, and the role it plays in the development cycle Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPaj_o9gjMYlUy99004bZVOF9yCKZLx9I
Views: 409 Stretch Projects
Viktor Kisko - Discover to deliver agile product planning and analysis
 
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Talk will present analysis method with application examples. Method was recently published by Ellen Gottesdiener and Mary Gorman, recognized experts in agile requirements management and collaboration. Discover to deliver aims to help software teams discover valuable features to deliver them faster.
Views: 411 Agile Lietuva
Agile SCRUM for Trello board demo
 
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A short little demo of Agile planning through Trello and the Agile SCRUM for Trello Chrome extension. This demo is meant for more casual users who want to use a little Agile planning in their day-to-day work, without necessarily being software developers. Home of the Chrome extension: http://xaviesteve.com/5109/agile-scrum-trello-boards/
Views: 43480 Ava Jarvis
Lesson Two: The Product Backlog (from Course Applying Agile Methods to Digital Media Projects)
 
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Applying agile project management methodologies to digital media projects. This video introduces the idea of a product backlog and uses a case study to demonstrate how to write user stories.
Views: 126 Danielle Douglas
Rol product owner Agile Scrum
 
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Een Nederlandse animatie waar de rol van een product owner Agile Scrum wordt beschreven. Neem contact op met Verdonck, Klooster & Associates voor meer informatie. www.vka.nl
Getting the Right Solution: Write Product Use Cases - Traditional, Agile, Outsourcing
 
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http://www.informit.com/store/requirements-the-masterclass-livelessons-traditional-9780134189758?WT.mc_id=Social_YT Getting the Right Solution: Write Product Use Cases is an excerpt from Requirements: The Masterclass LiveLessons--Traditional, Agile, Outsourcing (Video Training) 13+ Hours of Video Training - Requirements: The Masterclass LiveLessons--Agile, Traditional, Outsourcing is a video course covering requirements, whether they are the requirements for software, a service, or a product. This video teaches the requirements process from initiation and scoping, through investigating the work being done and then determining the optimal solution to improve that work. After this course, business analysts, agile team members, and others concerned with requirements will be able to discover the correct requirements and communicate them precisely and unambiguously to the product developers. Description This video course teaches you how to become a requirements wizard--it covers the gamut of the requirements activities. It begins with how to scope the problem using a context model and then how to use business events and business use cases to subdivide the problem space into manageable and convenient chunks. It looks at how to uncover the real problem--something not done on many projects--and then how to find its optimal solution. Then the video show how to write unambiguous and correct stories or requirements to ensure correct development. The course includes some downloadable material that enhances the video lessons and provides exercises to sharpen your requirements skills. Skill Level Intermediate to advanced What You Will Learn How to discover and elicit requirements How to write unambiguous and testable requirements How to write the correct agile stories How to run your requirements project, whether it’s an agile, traditional, outsourced, or OTS project How to understand the role of good requirements in agile development How to scope the business problem How to ensure the scope and the stakeholders match the goals How to study the business How to find the right solution to the real business problem How to review the requirements How to trace requirements How to get requirements right Who Should Take This Course Business analysts who want to be more effective in their requirements work Product owners and product/program managers Agile team members who want to improve the accuracy of their deliverables Users and software customers who want to ensure the requirements process is delivering what they need Course Requirements Basic understanding of the need for requirements in the development process http://www.informit.com/store/requirements-the-masterclass-livelessons-traditional-9780134189758?WT.mc_id=Social_YT
Views: 711 LiveLessons
Agile Product Owner Vs. Product Manager
 
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Agile Product Owner Vs. Product Manager: A panel discussion co-hosted with the Boston Product Management Association (BPMA) With Vanessa Ferranto, Ellen Gottesdiener, Matt Kaplan, Piyum Samaraweera and Bruce McCarthy Videography and Editing by: Ronald Verge May 7, 2015
Views: 2150 Agile New England
Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell
 
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Courtesy-Henrik Kniberg
Views: 1274 AgiVetta Consulting
AgileCamp Dallas 2015 - Product Managers, Product Owners, & Scalable Agile Product Teams
 
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AgileCamp Dallas 2015 - "Product Managers, Product Owners and Scalable Agile Product Teams" by Rich Mironov by Bratton & Company http:://www.AgileCamp.org Filmed and Edited by Bay Tiger Video Productions, LLC http://www..BayTiger.com AgileCamp is an event bringing together the Silicon Valley Agile community for a day filled with learning in Agile and Lean practices. Led by the Silicon Valley’s leading agile experts, this is one of the largest, most exciting Agile gatherings in the Silicon Valley. Our objective is to bring together Agilists, from novices to experts, and advance Agile knowledge to the community. Novices – educate the basics of Agile and Lean Practitioners – extend their understanding, skills, and tools Experts – offer an opportunity to teach others and advance coaching skills Executives – enable them with tools to build an Agile strategy for their company
Views: 1179 AgileCamp
eLearning Program: Agile Product Management
 
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Have a glance into our new eLearning program "Agile for Product Managers" Go to: http://agile-pm-lab.com/
Views: 326 TolpagorniPM
Agile Business Analyst, Scrum Master or Product Owner Career Advice
 
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Free Webinar Reveals.. "How to Get a Job Earning £300 to £800 a Day (contract) or £30k to £80k a Year (permanent) as an Agile Business Analyst, Scrum Master or Product Owner!" Register here: http://events.agilecatalyst.com/webinar/
Views: 328 Agile TV
Collaborative design in agile teams - JIRA Agile Webinar
 
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Our host Dean Hudson responds to his top picks from the Q&A section. Check out their answers, and read the blog: http://blogs.atlassian.com/2015/02/webinar-recap-collaborative-design-agile-teams/. Many software teams struggle to effectively integrate design into their agile process. Designers who don't work closely with the rest of their team tend to generate extra work for everyone (including themselves), and can create harmful silos of knowledge within the product team. At Atlassian we work in a collaborative manner that incorporates the entire agile team in the design process. By ensuring that everyone is engaged in the design process we gain multiple perspectives on a problem and don’t rely on documentation to share ideas. This webinar will explore this collaborative process and the tools and techniques we use to design great products, including how to: 1. Involve the entire team in the design process 2. Integrate design into the agile process 3. Gain customer insights for faster testing and ideation ☆ Dean Hudson - Senior UX Designer (https://twitter.com/deanhudson) ◎ Full Q&A (@18min) http://w.on24.com/r.htm?e=936801&s=1&k=0C7844B29CB640600BBD7DD00D131C45 ◎ Atlassian Design Guidelines https://design.atlassian.com/latest/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_content=webinar_recording&utm_campaign=jira-agile_agile-design-webinar-am ◎ Atlassian Product Design https://design.atlassian.com/latest/product/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_content=webinar_recording&utm_campaign=jira-agile_agile-design-webinar-am ◎ Atlassian User Interface https://docs.atlassian.com/aui/latest/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_content=webinar_recording&utm_campaign=jira-agile_agile-design-webinar-am ◎ JIRA Agile https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/agile?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_content=webinar_recording&utm_campaign=jira-agile_agile-design-webinar-am ➲ Subscribe to Atlassian on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=goAtlassian ➲ Visit the Atlassian foundation https://www.atlassian.com/company/about/foundation?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_content=webinar_recording&utm_campaign=jira-agile_agile-design-webinar-am ➲ Atlassian careers https://www.atlassian.com/company/careers?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_content=webinar_recording&utm_campaign=jira-agile_agile-design-webinar-am ↬
Views: 18550 Atlassian
Phil Barrett - The role of UX in the Agile product management process
 
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In Silicon Valley, Agile is the de-facto standard for innovating new products. But an Agile project needs good product management and good UX design to succeed. Fitting UX in with product management and Agile can be uncomfortable for UX designers. Once you get it, though, you’ll never want to work any other way. We’ll look at: - Why Agile works well for innovation and for software delivery - What product management is and why your software product can’t succeed without it - The different product phases: Discover, expand and exploit - The role of UX in each phase - Setting up hypotheses and metrics to keep Agile teams on track - How to get the time to do your design - How to make sure the users get a voice too
Mage Titans 2015 - Kimberely Thomas - Agile Product Management
 
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Kimberely Thomas - Agile Product Management Magenta Evangelist, Kimberely takes the stage to talk about agile product management and utilising effective workflow tools for Magento projects. (http://www.magetitans.co.uk/synopsis/#kimberely) Follow Kimberely on Twitter: @magentogirl You can view Kimberely's slides here: http://www.slideshare.net/magentogirl/agile-product-management-54884288 This was brought to you by Mage Titans, a Magento community conference. For more information about the event visit our website: http://www.magetitans.co.uk/
Views: 322 Mage Titans
Scrum in Action.. in 10 Minutes - iZenBridge
 
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In Agile, we start with creating a product backlog. According to that backlog we work on the highest priority task first. We do this work in small timeboxed iterations, generally of one week to one month duration. During iteration, self organizing, cross functional teams do the required tasks (designing, testing, quality analysis) to produce the desired features. After completion of each iteration, team reviews the completed features with stakeholders, and according to their feedback team plan the next work and alteration, if any is there. The product should be incremented after each iteration, which can be released if appropriate. As one iteration ends, we start a new cycle planning for the next iteration.
Three tips for success in agile product and systems development
 
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Agile is proven in the IT domain and is enjoying rapid adoption in the product and embedded systems space. But being successful with agile in this domain presents different challenges such as integrating teams, large-scale complexity and communicating the benefits to management. There are some agile practices which can be leveraged to address these concerns. Continuous integration and test driven development can help with finding defects early and getting to done with the right solution quicker. To build management engagement, an additional step needed is to map typical agile metrics to measures that are actionable for management. Join Marty Bakal in this webcast as he explains how to use these approaches to deliver success in agile product and systems development. Presenter: Marty Bakal - Embedded Agile and Electronics Industry Offering Manager, IBM Rational Marty has over a decade of experience in various roles in the embedded systems and software industry including extensive customer experience. He is currently the Offering Manager for embedded agile and the electronics industry at IBM Rational. He has presented on agile and other embedded topics at many conferences and written numerous magazine articles and white papers.
Product Development at trivago
 
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Welcome to the dynamic world of Product - a place where we strive to achieve user satisfaction through functionality and design. We come from all over the globe to combine our technical skills, artistry & project management abilities to continually evolve and refine our product into something that we are all proud of. Meet our unique team and see collaboration and innovation at its best. We are engineers, we are designers, we are website critics, we are Product. If you want to join the team then check out our current vacancies on our careers page: http://company.trivago.com/teams/product/
Views: 31805 trivago
Angel Medinilla: "Lean Startup for Agile Product Management" Agileadria 2015
 
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Lean Startups are effectively combining Agile methods with Customer Development practices in order to better meet the changing and uncertain needs of the market. But what about well stablished companies that already have a proven business model and identified customers? How can we achieve a similar Agility Level if our teams are already Agile but the company as a whole is not? In other words: how to reach Business Agility? This talk will give insights on the Customer Development cycle and how it interacts with the Agile Product Development Cycle, creating a double loop of learning.
Views: 815 Agile Croatia
Israel Alcázar - Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, Unicornios y otros seres mitológicos
 
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Parece que son cada vez mas las empresas que se adentran en cambios organizacionales y culturales hacia paradigmas ágiles y lean. En esa transformación surgen nuevos roles cuyas responsabilidades y formas de trabajo difieren en gran medida de los roles mas tradicionales. En esa transformación es cuando las empresas sin esos nuevos roles buscan en personas de dentro de la compañía el impulso y soporte necesario pero ¿están preparadas estas personas para desempeñar estos nuevos roles que les pide su organización?. En esta charla abordaremos los distintos enfoques y estrategias que podemos seguir para conseguir el cambio organizacional y como ayudar a estos nuevos roles a desempeñar sus nuevas funciones y cambio de mindset de la manera mas adecuada. También exploraremos las cualidades mas importantes que debe tener cada rol así como consejos de como poder conseguirlas y fomentarlas. Autor: Israel Alcázar
Views: 3286 Agile Spain
How to Prioritize Features in Agile Release Planning
 
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An excerpt from: "Agile Release Planning," an online training course at https://www.frontrowagile.com/courses/agile-release-planning/overview. This chapter in Jeremy Jarrell's video training course, "Agile Release Planning," teaches how to prioritize features so that the dev team is always working on the most important tasks.
Views: 4424 Front Row Agile
Product Manager and Product Owner - A Dynamic Duo
 
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With the introduction of the role "Product Owner" in Scrum there has been a lot of confusion around the relationship between this role and the Role of the "Product Manager". This video captured Nick Coster's perspective as one of the talks at Product Camp Melbourne 2015.
Views: 3502 Brainmates
What is a Product Manager? What is a Product Owner?
 
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Hart Shafer and Jeannie Yang explain the role of a Product Manager in the music tech industry. Learn more at www.realindustry.org
Views: 15715 Jay LeBoeuf
Define and Plan Great Products with JIRA and Confluence - Part 2
 
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When your plans and requirements are set and you've scoped your project, what's next? Shipping that bad boy! (https://www.atlassian.com/jira) In an agile world releasing production-ready code means coordination between Product Managers, Development Managers, and the Development Team to ensure consistent, iterative, and impactful releases.(https://www.atlassian.com/confluence) Learn how our software development teams use JIRA and Confluence together to release great products, run impactful retrospectives, and improve team efficiency, each and every sprint. Join Edith Tom and Michael Tokar, Atlassian Development Leads for Confluence and JIRA, as they share how their teams use JIRA and Confluence to: • Kickoff projects with release and sprint planning • Manage and ease the release process with JIRA's Release Hub • Run team retrospectives and share learnings in Confluence • Report progress and create release notes Product and development managers will leave with practical tips they can implement to make their product development process smoother and more agile. This webinar will be hands on with the products, so even if you're already a Confluence or JIRA whiz, you're sure to learn something new. ◎ Confluence https://www.atlassian.com/confluence ◎ JIRA https://www.atlassian.com/jira ◎ HipChat: Bring your team to life https://www.hipchat.com ➲ Subscribe to Atlassian on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=goAtlassian ➲ Visit the Atlassian foundation https://www.atlassian.com/company/about/foundation ➲ Atlassian careers https://www.atlassian.com/company/careers ↬
Views: 15751 Atlassian
Continuous Product Improvement - Melissa Perri - ProdUX Labs Agile on the Beach 2015
 
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Continuous Product Improvement Melissa Perri ProdUX Labs @lissijean Continuous Improvement on the development side only solves half the problem. We end up creating efficient processes to develop products that users will end up hating. So how do we apply Continuous Improvement in Product Management? I’ll go over how Toyota Kata, Kaizen, and other concepts and techniques can be harnessed in product discovery to achieve business goals and satisfy user needs. All while creating a culture of experimentation and learning to support product improvement. Continuous Improvement has long been encouraged in software development practices. It’s been used to solve engineering problems faster and focus work around learning. But what if we took the same processes that have made development so strong and applied them to Product Management? During product discovery, we usually rush through the designing, speccing, and building processes without stopping to analyze if this particular idea is the right move for our products. Many Product Management roadmaps and processes don’t even include time to look at existing products and improve them. If we only do Continuous Improvement on the development side, we only solve half of the problem. We end up creating really fast and efficient processes to develop products that users end up hating. In this talk, I’ll go over how you can use Continuous Improvement techniques in product discovery and iteration to create products that achieve business goals and satisfy user needs. We’ll explore how Toyota Kata can be used during product discovery to reach business goals. We’ll also look at how Kaizen in the whole product development team helps bring about a culture of collaboration, experimentation, and metric oriented results. Melissa Perri is an experienced Product Manager and UX Designer from the New York City, where she has worked in various startups. Her core expertise focuses on integrating lean startup methodology into product and UX practices at existing companies and startups. She is a teacher in this area and enjoys helping other companies overcome their challenges using lessons from her experience. Having held positions in product management, UX design, and software engineering, Melissa is passionate about understanding all sides of the development cycle, and using it to help teams work together effectively to solve problems. A two day conference on the Cornish coast with a beach party in between, perfect to evoke creative and technical thinking, enjoy time with the UKs leading thinkers in agile adoption and evolution. Agile on the Beach is a leading annual conference in Falmouth, Cornwall. Exploring the latest agile and lean thinking in software craftmanship, teams and business. Including ample networking opportunities such as the beach party this conference brings together 300 people to explore, evolve and find out what it means to be truely agile in business, from its culture to product development practices Software Craftsmanship: For the professionals, there’s plenty of technical innovations on offer. Software developers will be guided through the latest techniques, for two days Cornwall will be the epicentre of global Agile technology. Teams: The Agile approach is not just about the business of software. It’s about the business of your approach. The conference will ask managers, directors, or indeed anyone leading a team to re-assess the way they work. Learn about high performing and innovative teams and find out what they do differently and how to create and manage your own. Agile on the Beach is the perfect environment to take some time to re-design the approach you take to your team. Business: The business stream will explore how a business can adopt agile beyond software development and its impact on wider business activities. Including the latest models for product development and agile marketing. Product: The product stream explores developing agile products and how Product Development align with UX and other practices and how these can be improved. www.agileonthebeach 1-2 September 2016 Cornwall UK
Views: 866 Agile on the Beach
Product development in an Unruly Mob - Agile on the Beach 2015
 
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Product development in an Unruly Mob (Partial Video) Alex Wilson Benji Weber Unruly @pr0bablyfine @benjiweber Mob Programming is a technique where the entire team participates around one workstation with a single driving seat. It’s pair-programming with more than 2 people. We’ll share how Mob Programming has helped us tackle more complex and dangerous problems. We’ll share our positive and negative experiences with Mob Programming – when we think it works well and when it is inappropriate. Mob Programming is a technique where the entire team participates around one workstation with a single driving seat. It’s pair-programming with more than 2 people. At Unruly, we are constantly trying to turn up the dial with our XP practices. In the second half of 2014, we started to take the step from Pair Programming on all production code to Mob Programming with the entire team. Not only has the team been able to tackle more complex and dangerous problems with this technique, but we’ve has been able to involve colleagues with specialities other than software development in our Mobbing sessions – pulling in Product, Infrastructure, and User Experience experts. However, Mob Programming is certainly not a panacea for badly written code or bad process. It can amplify team dysfunctions as well as strengths. We’ll share our positive and negative experiences with Mob Programming – when we think it works well and when it is inappropriate. We’ll also share how it has changed our team atmosphere, productivity, and effectiveness. Alex Wilson has been software developer in Unruly’s Product Development team for approaching 3 years, during which time he has had the opportunity to experience and conquer different scaling issues. He takes particular joy in the application of Continuous Delivery principles, pushing the boundaries of modern XP, and recently presented a paper on Unruly’s experiences with Mob Programming at XP 2015. Benji Weber is a generalist developer at Unruly, where he leads an extreme programming team building a programmatic advertising platform using Java, and a sprinkling of other languages. Benji is enthusiastic about anything that helps build valuable and reliable software fast, including domain driven design, continuous deployment, and infrastructure automation. A two day conference on the Cornish coast with a beach party in between, perfect to evoke creative and technical thinking, enjoy time with the UKs leading thinkers in agile adoption and evolution. Agile on the Beach is a leading annual conference in Falmouth, Cornwall. Exploring the latest agile and lean thinking in software craftmanship, teams and business. Including ample networking opportunities such as the beach party this conference brings together 300 people to explore, evolve and find out what it means to be truely agile in business, from its culture to product development practices Software Craftsmanship: For the professionals, there’s plenty of technical innovations on offer. Software developers will be guided through the latest techniques, for two days Cornwall will be the epicentre of global Agile technology. Teams: The Agile approach is not just about the business of software. It’s about the business of your approach. The conference will ask managers, directors, or indeed anyone leading a team to re-assess the way they work. Learn about high performing and innovative teams and find out what they do differently and how to create and manage your own. Agile on the Beach is the perfect environment to take some time to re-design the approach you take to your team. Business: The business stream will explore how a business can adopt agile beyond software development and its impact on wider business activities. Including the latest models for product development and agile marketing. Product: The product stream explores developing agile products and how Product Development align with UX and other practices and how these can be improved. www.agileonthebeach 1-2 September 2016 Cornwall UK
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Simple Lean Agile Product Development, Vision Voice and Value
 
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Outcomes, not tick boxes We focus on the end game. We believe what matters in any project is the difference it makes when it’s done, not how many boxes are ticked on the way. How does the software help customers? How does it help staff? How does it help the bottom line? Clear priorities at every stage There’s always more to do than you can possibly achieve. We help you identify what should be prioritised, so you can deliver best value fastest. It’s a structured process that brings clarity to every stage of a project. Collaborative relationships It’s your product, your team, your organisation. We’re not here to tell you what you must do. Instead, we work closely together, pooling knowledge and experience to create game-changing insights and ideas.
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Keynote: Consumerizing Healthcare through Lean + Agile Digital Product Development
 
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Consumerizing Healthcare through Lean + Agile Digital Product Development - 04 Jason McKee, Sr. Software Engineer, Humana - Antonio Melo, Practice Dir., Digital Experience Center, Humana 720p
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Are You Killing the Daily Stand-up?
 
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The Daily Stand-up is a cornerstone of Agile Software Development. And you may be undermining it... without even knowing it. Grab your FREE copy of "Daily Stand-up Words of Wisdom": https://www.developmentthatpays.com/cheatsheets/daily-standup-wisdom Product Owners, Product Managers, Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, CTOs and Business Owners: I'm talking to you. It's all too easy to undermine the Daily Standup (aka Daily Scrum). That's the bad news. The good news it that it's very easy to fix. Key take-aways: - Stand-up should start at the same time every day - Stand-up should not depend on every team member being present - Every member of the team should be capable of running Stand-up → SUBSCRIBE for a NEW EPISODE every WEDNESDAY: http://www.DevelopmentThatPays.com/-/subscribe Music: 260809 Funky Nurykabe: ccmixter.org/files/jlbrock44/29186 ------------------- 8. Are You Killing the Daily Stand-up? The daily stand-up - also know as the Daily Scrum or “Huddle” is a key element of Agile Development. What if I told you that you - yes YOU - could be undermining the daily stand-up without even knowing it Not by HOW your doing it - but by WHEN your doing it. Hi this is Gary. Welcome to Development That Pays. It’s 9:50am. Your development team is already hard at work. Sorry, couldn’t resist. It’s 9:50 am John and Sarah have been in for a while. Both have their headphones on. John is checking email. Sarah is trying to to get some code to pass one last test. With a bit of luck she’ll being able to commit the code before Stand-up. 10:55 John gets up to go and make himself a cup of tea. Kevin strolls in, Costa Coffee in hand. Dave - he’s the Lead Developer - is heading up in the lift. He’s cutting it fine. As usual. The entire team is gearing up - each in their own way - for the 10 o’clock stand-up. The clock ticks around to 10 am. And the entire team rises as one. Let’s run that again. The clock ticks around to 10. But no one stands up. They’re waiting for something. They’re waiting for someone. They’re waiting for you. But you’re not there. You’re in a meeting. You’re always in a meeting. But it’s no biggie, you think. You’ll be finished in 5 mins. You have no idea of the damage you’ve done. Lead Developer Dave is not amused. As usual, he’s had a nightmare commute. It’s tough for him to get in by 10. But most days he manages it - even if it is by the skin of his teeth. He made the effort. Why didn’t you Kevin is starting to feel anxious. He spent a good part of yesterday afternoon wrestling with a piece of code without success. Inspiration did not strike overnight. He was going to ask for help during stand-up. But it doesn’t look like stand-up is going to happen. Should he wait Should he start something else He’ll give it another 5 minutes. John is just about to start a new ticket. But he wasn’t planning to actually start until after stand-up. Is there any point starting now Probably not. Facebook. Only Sarah is grateful for the delay: the extra couple of minutes were enough to get the test to pass and the code committed. At the same time, she can’t help thinking that “management” doesn’t seem to hold the dev team in very high regard. You escape from your meeting and you stride into the room at 10:07 precisely. "Let’s do stand-up” you say brightly. The Dev Team rise as a single unit. And clubs you to death. In just seven minutes, the minds of your dev team have wandered into all sorts of places. Very few of them positive. That’s all it took. 7 minutes. Let’s fix this right now. With two very simple rules around Stand-up. Rule Number One Stand-ups happen every day at exactly the same time. Rule Two In cases where you... have a meeting, something comes up, you’re delayed getting in to work... SEE RULE ONE Who’s going to make sure this happens You are. But not directly. You’re way too much of a meetings person. In any case, the problem it not you. The problem is that everyone else is waiting for you. So let your team know that stand-ups need to happen every day at 10am (Or at what ever time you choose. But pick a time and stick with it.) And make sure that it becomes everyone’s responsibility to call for standup. You need to get to a point that you KNOW the standup will happen whether or not you’re there. And I’d encourage you to test it out. Go into hiding just before 10am. Walk in at five past ten. If stand-up is in progress, join it. And at the end, congratulate the team for going ahead without you. If it isn’t in progress, ask how it went. You EXPECT to hear that is went ahead. You’ll be DISAPPOINTED to hear that it did not take place. If you can get stand ups to happen with this relentless regul https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFLgG8cduiI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_R9wQY4G5I
Views: 22949 Development That Pays
Proyecto fin de postgrado en Agile Project & Product Management de IEBS - Grupo 8
 
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Descripción del proceso de elaboración y conclusiones para el proyecto de fin de postgrado en Agile Project & Product Management de IEBS: mytopcakes.wordpress.com. Grupo 8: Ismael Sanchez-Herrera, Javier Navas, Raúl Vallejo, Diego Parajó Naveira y Jesús Sánchez
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Agile Coin Game
 
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Detailing Agile Manifesto principles around early and frequent delivery and welcoming changes in requirements.
Views: 51337 The Agile Coach
Agile Jira (Part 1) - User Stories and Sprints
 
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Agile Jira Tool Tutorial on creating project, user stories, epics and sprints using the tool
Views: 186001 TechTutorr
Pluralsight trailer for: Agile Requirements Process: Idea to Minimum Viable Product
 
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This is a 10m trailer for a 2 hour course on taking a software idea and turning it into a minimum viable product. See the full video at http://osmy.in/1Igyx2C
Views: 265 Rusty Divine
Scaling Agile in a Mainframe Product Development Organization by Pooja & Ravindra
 
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Agile transformation in any organization will go through myriad of challenges that involves people, existing organization culture, technology/domain etc. Instead of seeing these challenges as obstacles, if you view them as opportunities to grow and improve, transformation will be more impactful and long-lasting. If neglected, the very same obstacles would severely damage the motivation and trust of employees. In this experience report we would like to walk you through the agile transformation journey in a Mainframe product development enterprise by unraveling the challenges and the remediation steps that has helped us in keeping this journey alive. Specifically we would like to touch upon Self-organizing teams Resistance to change Culture shift HR Lack of role clarity and Effective R&R in agile space Agile Engineering Practices adopted in Mainframe product development Unit test automation Continuous Integration Along the presentation we’ll highlight few anti-patterns and the effects of ignoring them. Conference: http://2015.agileindia.org More details: http://confengine.com/agile-india-2015/proposal/965 Buy the entire Agile India 2015 video series on DVDs here: http://booking.agilefaqs.com/agile-india-2015
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Agile Product Development: Entrepreneurial Way
 
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Harpreet Singh, Sr. Project Manager with R Systems International talks about “Agile Product Development: Entrepreneurial Way”. Entrepreneurship in product development is all about raising agile concepts to entrepreneurial level in a way that would clinch success by innovation, autonomy, pro-activeness, risk-taking and other characteristics associated with entrepreneurship. The present paper describes briefly how to make an Agile product development approach as entrepreneurial. An entrepreneur has high level of personal ownership and this is due to the fact that an entrepreneur understands that failure is not an option, so this approach of personal ownership sets performance standard high. Similarly entrepreneurial project manager understand that if the project fails then the organization fails. This video also talks about three main aspects of entrepreneurial project management which are entrepreneurial orientation, entrepreneurial management and entrepreneurship strategy. Watch the video to know more.
My Top 15 of 2015 | Beauty, Makeup, Tech, Fitness Product Review | Agile Beauty
 
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Hi Peeps! Hope you like watching my top 15 products of 2015! I had so much fun creating this video for you guys. Hope you have as much fun watching it! I am newbie, so any feedback, questions or comments will be highly appreciated! Please no profanity or discouraging comments! Thank you so much for visiting my channel! :) ****Product Details**** All products listed in the video. Follow Me!! Instagram Facebook Twitter @AgileBeauty Music Provided by Vargo Song - "The Moment"
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Gabriel Steinhardt - Origins of the Product Manager vs Product Owner Dilemma
 
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At the 2015 Productized conference in Lisbon, Portugal, Gabriel Steinhardt, CEO, author, public speaker and developer of the Blackblot Product Manager's Toolkit® (PMTK) methodology describes in this video presentation the events and circumstances which elevated Agile/Scrum to its high level of popularity, provides an alternative critiquing viewpoint on the merit of Agile/Scrum practices, and explains and analyzes some of the impact Agile/Scrum had on software companies and on the product management domain and the Product Manager role. This session is a presentation-driven lecture and is an impacting session that strongly challenges the audience.
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What is Scrum?
 
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Learn more about Scrum: https://www.scrumalliance.org/why-scrum WHAT IS SCRUM? Scrum Alliance presents "What is Scrum?" in less than 2 minutes. Learn about the Scrum framework and how teams across several industries typically operate in a Scrum methodology. Transcript below: Transcript: Complex projects can lead to real headaches... Organizing the team… Changes in scope… Roles that aren’t clear. But you can change that with Scrum, an Agile framework. At its foundation, Scrum can be applied to any project or product development effort. Here’s how it works: • A product owner creates the product backlog, a prioritized wish list. • During Sprint Planning, the team pulls a chunk from the top of that list and decides how to complete it. • The team has a set timeframe (the sprint) to complete their work. They meet in a daily scrum to keep the work moving forward. • Along the way, the ScrumMaster keeps the team focused. • At the end of the sprint, the work should be potentially shippable. • The team conducts a sprint review on the product and a retrospective on the process. • And then, they choose the next chunk of the backlog and the cycle repeats. With Scrum, you can ensure the most valuable work has been completed by the time the project ends. Tackle your projects with Scrum.
Views: 166851 Scrum Alliance
User Story Mapping with Jeff Patton
 
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Check out our website: comsysto.com/veranstaltung/user-story-mapping-with-jeff-patton Jeff Patton, a Certified Scrum Trainer, and winner of the Agile Alliance's 2007 Gordon Pask Award for contributions to Agile Development, is talking about User Story Mapping. Speaker Bio: Jeff Patton helps companies adopt a way of working that’s focused on building great products, not just building stuff faster. Jeff blends a mixture of Agile thinking, Lean and Lean Startup Thinking, and UX Design and Design Thinking to end up with a holistic product-centric way of working. Jeff is author of the bestselling O’Reilly book User Story Mapping which describes a simple holistic approach to using stories in Agile development without losing sight of the big picture. If you want to find out more about Jeff Patton, check out this link: http://jpattonassociates.com/about-jeff-patton/
Views: 53230 Comsysto Reply GmbH