Pairing and Iterating in cross-functional teams

134 Aufrufe

Veröffentlicht am

This is a talk/workshop I held at the Wildcard Unconference in Riga/Latvia on May 16th. In this presentation, I gave the audience a quick overview over the topic of iteration and pairing, and then conducted a group exercise where we could see those two concepts in action.

0 Kommentare
0 Gefällt mir
Statistik
Notizen
  • Als Erste(r) kommentieren

  • Gehören Sie zu den Ersten, denen das gefällt!

Keine Downloads
Aufrufe
Aufrufe insgesamt
134
Auf SlideShare
0
Aus Einbettungen
0
Anzahl an Einbettungen
0
Aktionen
Geteilt
0
Downloads
1
Kommentare
0
Gefällt mir
0
Einbettungen 0
Keine Einbettungen

Keine Notizen für die Folie

Pairing and Iterating in cross-functional teams

  1. 1. Pairing and iterating in cross-functional teams
  2. 2. A brief intro to Hanno 5min What is iteration and pairing? 10mins Exercise 20mins Summary 5mins
  3. 3. Marcel Kalveram Web developer at Hanno Formerly a freelancer and CTO at a digital company Hanno Distributed design team helping companies to build better products Social business
  4. 4. Iteration A word about
  5. 5. So what’s the solution? We can’t specify everything beforehandX X It's hard to predict the overhead of problems
  6. 6. Weekly engagements1 Hanno's iteration approach 2 Flexible scope 3 100% commitment
  7. 7. How this usually works We create a bare-bones prototype of what we have in mind Product gets better with each round of iteration Adapt to the project's needs during the sprint Improve our results through iteration
  8. 8. No need to come up with the ultimate solution on first attempt Product gets better with each round of iteration We can flexibly adapt to the dynamic scope of each project Avoid big reveal Benefits of this approach
  9. 9. No need to come up with the ultimate solution on first attempt Product gets better with each round of iteration Benefits of this approach We can flexibly adapt to the dynamic needs of each project Avoid big reveal
  10. 10. Pairing A word about
  11. 11. Work on specific problems together But there is overhead… Learn from each other to grow and improve
  12. 12. No pairing Pairing http://alistair.cockburn.us/Costs+and+benefits+of+pair+programming/v/slim } „Extra time“ spent on pairing Timespentonproject Stage 1 - Building 1.000h 1.250h
  13. 13. http://alistair.cockburn.us/Costs+and+benefits+of+pair+programming/v/slim Timespentonproject Stage 2 - Bugfixing 2250 hours 150 hours No pairing Pairing 1.000h 1.250h 2.250h
  14. 14. Advantages Identify problems more efficiently Helps unblock each other Frequent validation
  15. 15. Exercise
  16. 16. Marshmallow challenge by Tom Wujec ”Build a tower, build a team“ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0_yKBitO8M
  17. 17. Marshmallow challenge 15 minutes Teams of 4/5 Build the highest tower possible
  18. 18. Discussion
  19. 19. Simple activity Deep lessons
  20. 20. Iteration matters 1
  21. 21. Who performs poorly at this?
  22. 22. Recent business school graduates
  23. 23. Who performs well at this?
  24. 24. Recent kindergarten school graduates
  25. 25. Oh-ohOrient Plan Build 0 18
  26. 26. Ta-DaOh-ohOrient Plan Build 0 18
  27. 27. Diverse skills matter 2
  28. 28. Height/cm 0 10 20 30 40 Average M BA students Law yers Kindergarten Architects C EO s C EO s & Exec.adm ins Specialized skills + facilitation skills = Success
  29. 29. Summary Did you like the experience? Would you recommend pairing and iterating to others? Can you implement this stuff at work?
  30. 30. Thanks! marcel@hanno.co Definitely check out our playbook.hanno.co @marcelkalveram

×