SCALED AGILE f Scaled Agile Inc 5 15 Confidence vote Team and Program Levels

Scaled agile f scaled agile inc 5 15 confidence vote

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SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 5-15 Confidence vote: Team and Program Levels After dependencies are resolved and risks are addressed, a confidence vote is taken at the Team and Program Levels. ,,..1 ,,.u I I ' No confidence Little confidence Good confidence High confidence Very high confidence SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 5-16 Objectives for Pl 1 B ualness V al u e Actual Va l u e Structured location and validation 10 of locations Navigate autonomously from distribution center to top 5 most frequent des t inations Park at 1 building that requires 8 parallel parking Reduce GPS signal loss by 25% Build and demonstrate proof of concept for next generation vehicle L L navigation systems Stretch Objectives for Pl 1 Spike: condu ct hijack testing of t he 5 vehicle s e nsors
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Refer to your workbook as needed and summarize the things you need to be doing as a PO/PM: Before Pl Planning in preparation During Pl Planning on day 1 During Pl Planning on day 2 PREPARE SHARE SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc rii ? 5-17 What POs and PMs do after Pl Planning Update the Roadmap Continue to collaborate with each other Prepare for the next Pl! SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 5-18
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5.2 Decompose Features into Stories SCALED AGILE Feature decomposition Feature breakdown into User Stories happens prior to, during, and after the Pl Planning event. Before, During, and After Team SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 5-20
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Features drive User Stories User Stories (from XP) replace traditional requirements expressions. The Team Backlog consists of backlog items, many of which are elaborated as User Stories that express the needs of the stakeholders User Stories are not requirements. They are negotiable expressions of intent. -- -- - { Fine-grained, detailed Stories, well-understood, ready for implementation in the next Iteration Stories can be added, modified, removed, or reprioritized (D £ > · . ; . : .. : . - { Coarse-grained Stories, less detailed and understood _J o... ... Li iiiiiiiiiiiiiii .I , NFRs SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-21 The Team Backlog Contains all the work the team needs to work on Contains User and Enabler Stories User Stories provide customers with value Enabler Stories build the infrastructure and architectures that makes User Stories possible Stories in the backlog are prioritized Stories for the next Iteration are more detailed than Stories for later Iterations Non-Functional Requirements (NFRs) are a constraint on the Backlog u - - - - SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-22
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Backlog ItemSize 1 Login portal Display m i nutes Support ticket call 4 . Remote login help U pdate profile Buy more time Single sign-on Log rotation limer displa y 10 . Automatic logout Usage warning 300 loginslm i n Location tracking Intrusion detection Update M y SQL DB Update Web Stack Update Linux Kernel Support Novel Auth Support RADIUS Auth Scan & Block Interface 24 . AP Manager Interface 5 3 8 1 3 2 8 20 2 1 3 5 13 20 13 8 13 8 40 20 Three primary sources of Team Backlog items Pro gram Ba - - cklog Team context - Refactors Other stakeholders -
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  • Fall '19
  • Scaled Agile
  • acceptance testing, User story

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