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Lets do 'discovery'

Lets do 'discovery'

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Lets do 'discovery'

  1. 1. Let’s Do 'Discovery'
  2. 2. You may not find a path, but you will find a way.. - Tom Wolfe
  3. 3. Whatever we will do, we need ‘everyone’ to participate
  4. 4. Primary Objectives (practical): 1. Identify the backlog – Scope, Cost, Time 2. Rolling wave strategy 3. Identify the commit date Necessities to achieve the commitment confidence: 1. Scope of the backlog - summation of the stories points of all the stories 2. Predictive velocity - unit of work that confirms the maturity of team in accomplishing the DONE stories in backlog Why we do?
  5. 5. Structure Collect the ideas Goal setting Persona Mapping User journey Story Mapping MVP identification Now - Next - Later Story writing Writing Epics Writing User stories Prioritization Identifying Themes Value & Risk MoSCoW ROI Differentiator, Spoiler, Table Taker, Organizational cost Estimation Scope, Cost & Time Story point estimation Base story definition Dependencies & Risks Timeline View Sprint Zero expectations
  6. 6. Step 1 - Collect the ideas 1. Prerequisite - Product Owner comes with the clarity of high-level goal or vision that we need to achieve while the product goes in production. Also, identify the personas and the backbone 2. Persona Mapping & User Journey discussion 3. Conduct Story Mapping Session 1. Identify breadth - Walking Skeleton & backbone (check the attached example to understand - Orange post-its are backbone & Blue as Walking skeleton & rest are ideas) 2. Identify depth - ideas to finish all the elements of breadth items 3. Identify NOW, NEXT, LATER as MVP1, MVP2 and Future MVPs
  7. 7. Persona Mapping https://in.pinterest.com/pin/52706258122113556/?autologin=true
  8. 8. Step 2 : Story writing session 1. Idea is to convert ideas collected to user stories 1. Identify the stories along with the well defined acceptance criteria 2. Replace the ideas on the story mapping board with the user-stories identified 3. Reconfirm the NOW, NEXT, LATER
  9. 9. Prioritization 1. Time to identify the byte of the burger experience which could be candidate for Sprint 1, Sprint 2 and so on 2. Goal is to deliver maximum benefits to the customer first 3. Goal is to resolve High Risk items first which could affect value to customer
  10. 10. Estimation 1. Either of the technique - story wall, bucket list, white elephant estimation, T- shirt sizing to identify story points of the stories 2. Estimations are meaningful only when we have clarity on Definition of DONE - identify that 3. Find SIZE OF THE BACKLOG - by summing the story points of all the stories in the backlog
  11. 11. Hack Sprint planning to find predictive velocity1. Identify list of well defined user stories 2. Do capacity planning to find an optimal hours of time that a team has during a sprint - ensure its a productive time - that means without meetings - only work time 3. Fill the capacity bucket with stories - by splitting stories to tasks & then planning poker to estimate hours for tasks 4. When the bucket is full - SUM the story points of the stories in the bucket 5. Summation is - Predictive Velocity version 0.5 (say 20 story points) 6. Buffer 25% - (15 story points now) will be your PREDICTIVE VELOCITY (ver 1.0)
  12. 12. Commit date identification 1. Divide SIZE OF THE BACKLOG (say 300 story points) with PREDICTIVE VELOCITY (say 15 story points) 2. You will NUMBER OF SPRINTS TO FINISH THE IDENTIFIED SCOPE OF BACKLOG (300/15 = 20 sprints) 3. Sprint duration is fixed (say 2 weeks) hence you can NUMBER OF WEEKS OR MONTHS TO FINISH THE PROJECT ( 20 sprints x 2 weeks = 40 weeks = 10 months) 4. You just found the potential COMMIT DATE 5. Check buffering if needed
  13. 13. Plan for the 1st MVP (NOW) 1. Your NOW of Story Map should be your immediate plan to focus on 2. Do a quick Sprint ZERO to get set GOOOOO.. :)
  14. 14. THANK YOU www.Benzne.com Anuj M Ojha