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Are You Ready to Get to "Done"?

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Presented at Product Camp Boston (June 10 2017).

We explore a simple yet powerful tool to help your delivery team complete backlog items and maintain a steady flow of delivery. The Ready Checklist, or Definition of Ready, helps you and your delivery team get a shared understanding of what to deliver. This saves time, reduces unpleasant surprises during development, and forces you to define backlog items that are valuable, actionable and feasible.

We examine what “Ready” (vs. “Done”) means, benefits of using a clear and collaboratively definition of Ready, different types of Ready and examples.

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Are You Ready to Get to "Done"?

  1. 1. AreYou “Ready” to Get to “Done”? ATool for Getting Backlog Items Completed 9 June 2017 Ellen Gottesdiener www.ebgconsulting.com www.DiscoverToDeliver.com © 2017 by EBG Consulting, Inc.
  2. 2. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 2 @ellengott Ellen Gottesdiener #ready #pCampBoston
  3. 3. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 3 Ellen Gottesdiener CEO, CPF, CSM, CSPO | Agile Product Management & Coach Ellen is a pioneer in the collaborative convergence of agile + requirements + product management. She helps product and development communities produce valuable outcomes and happy teams. twitter: @ellengott blog: ebgconsulting.com/blog linkedIn: ellengottesdiener tips newsletter: www.ebgconsulting.com EBG is a global leader in agile product requirements, backlog management, agile business analysis, and collaborative practices for technology products. EBG helps organizations amplify discovery to accelerate delivery.
  4. 4. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 5 discover deliver
  5. 5. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 6
  6. 6. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 7 ‘ready’ and ‘done’ what’s the big deal?
  7. 7. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 8 Product Backlog items that will occupy the Development Team for the upcoming Sprint are refined so that any one item can reasonably be “Done” within the Sprint time-box. Source: Scrum Guide, 2016 (bolded added by Ellen) “done” and “ready” Product Backlog items that can be “Done” by the Development Team within one Sprint are deemed “Ready” for selection in a Sprint Planning. Product Backlog items usually acquire this degree of transparency through the above described refining activities.
  8. 8. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 9 ready done refine
  9. 9. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 10 Conditions that indicate that a backlog item is completed, accepted, and potentially shippable “done”
  10. 10. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 11 Backlog item (e.g., a user story) has been developed, tested, demo’ed AND meets all required acceptance tests Product Owner ‘accepts’ it Item can be delivered to customer ‘done’ sample Documentation | release notes approved Code deployed to x server No level x defects Acceptance, integration tested
  11. 11. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 12 NOT ready traveling stories
  12. 12. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 13 NOT ready poor estimates & planning
  13. 13. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 14 NOT ready wrong product
  14. 14. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 15 What: review, revise, detail, estimate, order backlog items Who: PO/PM and Dev Team When: Ongoing. Scrum Team decides how & when How MuchTime: ~ 10% of Development Team capacity Outcome: “Ready” backlog items Source: Scrum Guide, 2016 refinement
  15. 15. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 16 Conditions that indicate that a backlog item is eligible to pull into a sprint “ready”
  16. 16. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 17 Optimize collaboration Prevent waste (of rework, unfinished work, delays) Can double (or more) team’s velocity* Enable getting to “done” Enable smooth flow * JCarsten Ruseng Jakobsen & Jeff Sutherland, SCRUM and CMMI - Going from Good to Great Increases team domain knowledge ‘ready’ benefits
  17. 17. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 18 As a concert goer I want to use dining discounts so I can enhance my concert experience ready?
  18. 18. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 19 Valuable Actionable Feasible Value is clearly articulated Aligned to Sprint goal … Story has 7 Product Dimensions with enabling specs (e.g., wire frames) Acceptance criteria are clear, unambiguous, testable Stories organized to minimize dependencies Free from external dependencies … Team has skills, experience, resources to develop, test, & demo story Story is estimated and sized to fit Sprint … sample Watch Jeff Sutherland on “Ready Ready” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkhJDbaW0j0 ‘ready’ for development
  19. 19. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 20 functional nonfunctional 7 product dimensions
  20. 20. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 21 holistic
  21. 21. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 22 ActionAs a Super Fan concert goer concert-related dining discountsI need to search for so I can enhance my concert experience User Control Data Only members can search for dining discounts Only “active” dining discounts can be searched Search query and result Interface Environment iOS, Chrome v50 Quality Attribute Available 95% of time ready story w 7Ds
  22. 22. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 23 quality attributes
  23. 23. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 24 “ready” exercise email Ellen: ellen@ebgconsulting.com if you’d like the exercise
  24. 24. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 25 ready done ‘ready’ to get to ’done’ refine
  25. 25. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 26 for planning for development Release Sprint ‘ready’ gradients
  26. 26. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 27 Release ready Sprintready ready done refine ready for planning, ready for dev
  27. 27. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 28 Release planning Goal and objectives specified, aligned with vision and roadmap Release theme identified, aligned with product vision Primary customer or persona identified… sample Sprint planning Goal specified Interdependencies identified, addressed Stories are valuable, feasible, actionable Stories ordered to minimize dependencies… ‘ready’ for planning
  28. 28. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 29 ‘ready’ (and ‘done’) really are a BIG deal!
  29. 29. www.ebgconsulting.com Events, course outlines, services, resources Tips newsletter: http://bit.ly/ebgNews www.ebgconsulting.com/blog www.DiscoverToDeliver.com DtoD resources, Discovery Board, Visual Language for download Twitter @ellengott | LinkedIn linkedIn YouTube EBGConsulting SlideShare ellengott stay connected!
  30. 30. © EBG Consulting, 2017 | @ellengott www.ebgconsulting.com | www.DiscoverToDeliver.com 31 email ellen@ebgconsulting.com thanks! twitter @ellengott http://www.discovertodeliver.com/resource.phpresources AreYou “Ready” to Get to “Done”? ATool for Getting Backlog Items Completed

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