Just the right amount of analysis Avoid over specificity Define the outcomes

Just the right amount of analysis avoid over

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decision-making are crucial. "Just the right amount" of analysis Avoid over-specificity Define the outcomes hypothesis Understand implementation impact Develop incremental implementation strategy Gain approval -------- = - = -- = ·- = '"' ---- ..... , ...... , SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 3-17 ::-.=:..: :=- 1 §" ..? S. -:S : 1 : ; - 1 : : Using the Lean Business Case template in your workbook, create a business case for an Epic in your own context ------ r=== .... _.I. You can also download a Lean Business case template on the Scaled Agile Framework website at: ====-· ... - :::-...,..._.,.. , ..,_... ------ -::-: 1 ::-. :..._ 1 =- · -·- . · - c ; = I ---I -----·--- - PREPARE SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 3-18 SHARE
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Approved Lean business Persevere case and hypothesis 3.3 Use Lean Startup Cycles to foster innovation SCALED AGILE Foster innovation with the Lean Startup cycle :-------------------------------------- · Lean Startup Cycle ------------------- ! - · Build MVP ...... Evaluate MVP _. Stop Work Pivot Each Epic: Has a hypothesis Defines a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) (simplest thing that can possibly prove the hypothesis) Implement additional Features - - - Auto-complete Continue until WSJF determines otherwise SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 3-20
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Compare the Lean Startup Cycle with your current Epic process In your workbook, detail the patterns and habits that may need to change in your enterprise Share the one pattern or habit that you would propose changing first PREPARE SHARE rii? SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 3-21 Summarize key learnings and insights from this lesson in your workbook. Share your notes with a partner DURATION SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 3-22
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R ! ? ap Lesson review In this lesson you: Collaborated with the Lean Portfolio Management function Prepared an Epic using a Lean Business Case Used Lean Startup cycles to foster innovation r;:' Suggested Scaled Agile Framework reading: "Portfolio Level" and "Strategic themes " articles SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, In c. 3-23
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  • Fall '19
  • Scaled Agile
  • Project Management, Lean Portfolio Management, Agile Portfolio Operations

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