User surveys When direct observation isnt possible a simple end user

User surveys when direct observation isnt possible a

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User surveys - When direct observation isn't possible, a simple end-user questionnaire can obtain fast feedback. Usage analytics - Lean-Agile teams build analytics right into their applications, which helps validate initial use and provides the application telemetry needed to support a Continuous Delivery model. Application telemetry offers constant operational and user feedback from the deployed system. A/B testing - Is a form of statistical hypothesis comparing two samples, which acknowledges that user preferences are unknowable in advance. SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 4-15 At your table, discuss your Lean UX Process. Consider the following questions and write the answers on sticky notes: How do you articulate the Benefit Hypothesis? Who do you engage for Collaborative Design? When can you achieve the minimum functionality to achieve MMF? What methods do you use to Evaluate for Outcomes? Select the one sticky note that could use improvement, and brainstorm improvement activities PREPARE SHARE Be prepared to share your improvement activity SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 4-16
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Collaboration and Research Synthesis The Program Vision communicates strategic intent, and readies the Agile Release Train for launch. ................... · > · .......... · .. .... .......... • " Hypothesize Collaborate & Architect thesize • • • ••• • · : : ••. Research a - I - - II II · 1·.. .... . ...· ·. · >- ·. .• · > •• A / ) ) '-.. ·Architectf or 5b. : : :: .."· .... ····· <(' ..···· ·: : - : - Customer visits testab1l1ty and - ;,. "; e= h _ se1.loy -Trade studiesfrom release Integration Deployment on Demand T' • • • ·· · ····· · ......... . · · ···· Continuous Exploration - Threat modeling ... .(, csca1e<1Agi1e . 1nc . SCALED AGIL · © Scaled Agile. Inc. 4- 18 4.2 Synthesize information for the Vision and Roadmap SCALED AGILE - · .• Continuus Continuous Release
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The Vision is a description of the future state of the Product or Solution. Where are we headed with this Product or Solution? What problem does it solve? What Features and benefit hypothesis does it provide? For whom does it provide them? Inputs to the Program Vision Solution ca ---- · Strategic Solution Intent Context NFRs Themes I Architects , System Iii .... Team , Other Customer feedback D Team inputs DI Agile Product Teams Owner Prepare the Vision What Nonfunctional Requirements (performance, reliability, platforms, etc.) does the Solution deliver? Common formats: Rolling-wave briefings Vision document Preliminary data sheet Draft press release SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 4-19
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SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 4-20
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- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7 - - , \ ,.::?, r.*' ' I I I I I I I I I \ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I I In your group, pick one product or service that is currently being developed. Imagine you are the customer. You have just received the product or service and are excited about using it! As the customer, write a postcard to the team describing: What Features you like and why they are important to you The quality of the product or service PREPARE SHARE Share your postcard during a 'gallery walk'.
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