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The project manager is coming run for your lives!

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A presentation by Gregg Sporar and Carrie Nauyalis at Agile Connect 2012 (part of EclipseCon 2012).

Abstract:

Everything is in place: a team, an agile methodology, and an agile ALM tool. You’re ready to deliver great software, calculate team velocity, and iteratively improve the process and code. And then someone from the Project Management Office (PMO) shows up. All of the sudden the inquisition starts: Exactly what will be delivered? And by what date? Which people are doing which work? And for how long? And with the questions comes a confusing cloud of terminology: Project Portfolio Management (PPM), Earned Value, Resource Profiling, etc. Who are these people and what the hell are they talking about?

If this sounds familiar, come to this presentation to get an understanding of the PMO perspective and hear stories of how teams have successfully bridged the gap between the tools and processes of the PMO and the agile project management approaches favored by software development teams. The focus is on how to communicate with those PMO folks – so no demos or vendor pitches.

About the Speakers:

Gregg Sporar has worked in the software industry for over 25 years as a developer, development lead, technology evangelist, and currently as a product manager at Planview, the world’s leading independent vendor of project management software. He has spoken at software developer conferences around the world, including Agile Development Practices, SD West, OSCON, FISL, JavaOne, Jazoon, and TheServerSide Symposium.

Carrie Nauyalis manages the strategic direction and development of Planview Enterprise Product Portfolio Management and Planview Process Builder. Ms. Nauyalis began her career at Planview implementing portfolio management solutions and training clients around the world, specializing in large, international implementations. She is now creating new opportunities for Planview customers with offerings and features that extend the benefits of Planview Enterprise further into the world of product development. Prior to Planview, Ms. Nauyalis held various systems engineering positions with Emerson Process. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Truman State

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The project manager is coming run for your lives!

  1. 1. The Project Manager is Coming –Run for Your Lives! Gregg Sporar, Product Manager Carrie Nauyalis, Product Manager
  2. 2. Your Team is Agile!
  3. 3. Not Everyone is on Your Team
  4. 4. You Might Get a Visit…
  5. 5. And the Questions Start Work breakdown done? All tasks assigned to team members? Gantt chart up to date? Status reports submitted daily? ROI? NPV? Earned Value? Changes/Risks/Issues identified?
  6. 6. It’s a Foreign Language
  7. 7. They Want Reports
  8. 8. They Want Reports
  9. 9. Who Are These People?
  10. 10. Who Are These People?P M Oroject anagement ffice
  11. 11. It Is a Different World…
  12. 12. It Is a Different World… Planet: PMO
  13. 13. They Have a Community
  14. 14. Similar to…
  15. 15. Similar To…
  16. 16. Sacred Text
  17. 17. They Believe In
  18. 18. They Believe In•Project Portfolio Management (PPM)
  19. 19. They Believe In•Project Portfolio Management (PPM)•Critical Path Method (CPM)
  20. 20. They Believe In•Project Portfolio Management (PPM)•Critical Path Method (CPM)•Earned Value Management (EVM)
  21. 21. They Believe In•Project Portfolio Management (PPM)•Critical Path Method (CPM)•Earned Value Management (EVM)•Gantt, Gantt, Gantt!
  22. 22. They Believe In•Project Portfolio Management (PPM)•Critical Path Method (CPM)•Earned Value Management (EVM)•Gantt, Gantt, Gantt!•Resource Profiling
  23. 23. They Believe In•Project Portfolio Management (PPM)•Critical Path Method (CPM)•Earned Value Management (EVM)•Gantt, Gantt, Gantt!•Resource Profiling•Project Management Professional (PMP) certification
  24. 24. And When They Encounter Agile…
  25. 25. And When They Encounter Agile…
  26. 26. Contrasting Approaches
  27. 27. Contrasting Approaches Fixed Features Cost Schedule Value-Driven Plan-DrivenCost Schedule Features Estimated
  28. 28. Contrasting Approaches Fixed Features Cost Schedule Value-Driven Plan-DrivenCost Schedule Features Estimated
  29. 29. Contrasting Approaches Fixed Features Cost Schedule Value-Driven Plan-DrivenCost Schedule Features Estimated
  30. 30. Contrasting Approaches Fixed Features Cost Schedule Value-Driven Plan-DrivenCost Schedule Features Estimated
  31. 31. Contrasting Approaches Fixed Features Cost Schedule Value-Driven Plan-DrivenCost Schedule Features Estimated
  32. 32. Contrasting Approaches Fixed Features Cost Schedule Value-Driven Plan-DrivenCost Schedule Features Estimated
  33. 33. Contrasting Approaches Fixed Features Cost Schedule Value-Driven Plan-DrivenCost Schedule Features Estimated
  34. 34. Some TranslationsWhen You Hear… Think…
  35. 35. Some Translations When You Hear… Think…Work Breakdown Structure
  36. 36. Some Translations When You Hear… Think…Work Breakdown Structure Project Backlog
  37. 37. Some Translations When You Hear… Think…Work Breakdown Structure Project BacklogCPM
  38. 38. Some Translations When You Hear… Think…Work Breakdown Structure Project BacklogCPM Backlog Prioritization
  39. 39. Some Translations When You Hear… Think…Work Breakdown Structure Project BacklogCPM Backlog PrioritizationEarned Value
  40. 40. Some Translations When You Hear… Think…Work Breakdown Structure Project BacklogCPM Backlog PrioritizationEarned Value Burn Down
  41. 41. Some Translations When You Hear… Think…Work Breakdown Structure Project BacklogCPM Backlog PrioritizationEarned Value Burn DownPercent Complete
  42. 42. Some Translations When You Hear… Think…Work Breakdown Structure Project BacklogCPM Backlog PrioritizationEarned Value Burn DownPercent Complete Points Earned / Points Planned
  43. 43. Some Translations When You Hear… Think…Work Breakdown Structure Project BacklogCPM Backlog PrioritizationEarned Value Burn DownPercent Complete Points Earned / Points PlannedCapacity
  44. 44. Some Translations When You Hear… Think…Work Breakdown Structure Project BacklogCPM Backlog PrioritizationEarned Value Burn DownPercent Complete Points Earned / Points PlannedCapacity Velocity
  45. 45. What Can the PMO Do For You?•Prioritization•Reporting
  46. 46. Prioritization
  47. 47. Prioritization“Doing the right projects.”
  48. 48. Prioritization“Doing the right projects.”“Doing projects right.”
  49. 49. Prioritization“Doing the right projects.”“Doing projects right.”
  50. 50. Reporting
  51. 51. ReportingI don’t understandstory points.How many days isthat?
  52. 52. Burn Down Is Your Friend
  53. 53. Reporting - Issues
  54. 54. Reporting - Issues•Story Points vary
  55. 55. Reporting - Issues•Story Points vary •Roll ‘em up
  56. 56. Reporting - Issues•They want hours worked
  57. 57. Reporting - Issues•They want hours worked •Integrate!
  58. 58. Reporting - Issues•Velocity Extrapolation
  59. 59. Reporting - Issues•Velocity Extrapolation •Time
  60. 60. It Gets Better…
  61. 61. Hope for the Future
  62. 62. So In Fairness…
  63. 63. So In Fairness…
  64. 64. So In Fairness…
  65. 65. •TranslateLanguage/Approach
  66. 66. •TranslateLanguage/Approach•ValuePrioritization andReporting
  67. 67. •TranslateLanguage/Approach•ValuePrioritization andReporting•Help Agile Gain Mindshare in the PMO World
  68. 68. •TranslateLanguage/Approach•ValuePrioritization andReporting•Help Agile Gain Mindshare in the PMO World
  69. 69. Singing Kumbaya•TranslateLanguage/Approach•ValuePrioritization andReporting•Help Agile Gain Mindshare in the PMO World

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