SCALED AGILE f Scaled Agile Inc 4 28 Kanban Systems 2 6 4 5 6 4 3 5 Funnel

Scaled agile f scaled agile inc 4 28 kanban systems 2

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SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 4-28 Kanban Systems 2 6 4 5 6 4 3 5 Funnel Analyzing Validating BacklogImplementingon staging Deploying to production Releasing Done In p rog r ess R ea d y In pr ogre ss R ea d y D D D D D SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 4-27
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The Program Kanban facilitates flow through the Pipeline • • • • • • )> ......... . .. ..... ......... '(' .... . . > · ......... . Continuous Exploration Continuous Integration •• Continuous Deployment T" • • • • • • • • • • • • ... .• • • • • • .... · > · .... " '(' · ....... Release on Demand 2 6 4 5 6 4 3 5 Funnel Analyzing Backlog Implementing Validating on staging Deploying to production p d ro ess I o Ready Releasing Done D o Do D DD DD o : I All big ideas are Benefit hypothesis welcome he r e! and acceptance cr i teria Features approved by Product Features Features integrated Features finish Features released decomposed a n d deployed deployment to customers, into stories to a staging testing incrementa ll y Management Calculate WSJ F Continuous environment or all at once Teams define, Feature dep l oyed build and test Features demoed to a production Benefit hypothesis W I P limited SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. prioritization usingWSJF the solution in the system demo environment. evaluated and approved by sometimes Product toggled off Management 4-29 Organize into groups of two to four people. Choose one person's context and Features. Using the Kanban board in the workbook, fill in the initial WIP Limits in the circles. Be prepared to present your thought process. PREPARE SHARE tii? I
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4.4 Prioritize the Program Backlog SCALED AGILE - · Non-economic-based prioritization Product Owners and Product Managers will often face non-economic-based prioritization. HiPPo - Highest-paid person makes the decision. "The Senior VP said we should do this project." Squeaky Wheel - The person who yells the loudest or makes the biggest promise of revenue. "Fund my project and we will make a billion dollars!" ROI - Making a decision based exclusively on an ROI metric (e.g., NPV, payback, etc.). Requires a sensitivity analysis to be relevant. "The NPV indicates we will make a 30% profit." SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc Anti-pattern 4-32 A
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In a flow system, job sequencing by Product Owners and Product Managers are key to economic outcomes. To prioritize based on Lean economics, you need to know two things: What is the Cost of Delay (CoD) in delivering value? What is the cost to implement the valuable thing? A $$, 1 day B $$, 3 days C $$, 10 days SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 4-34 Prioritize Features for optimal ROI If you only quantify one thing, quantify the cost of delay. -Donald G. Reinertsen, Principles of Product Development Flow SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 4-33 Example with equal Cost of Delay: Which job first?
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Example with equal duration: Which job first? A $$$, 3 days B C $, 3 days General case: Any CoD and duration In the general case, give preference to jobs with shorter duration and higher CoD , using Weighted Shortest Job First (WSJF): CoD Prioritized using WSJF A c Time Cost of Delay WSJ F = Job Du ration (Job size) CoD •- Dark area : Total cost of delay Time Adap t ed fr om T
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