https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cynefin_Framework

Improving Product Outcomes Using Cynefin and a Product Lifecycle.

May 22, 2016 craigstrong 0

As we created the Product Lifecycle, we developed a range of Lean governance principles and data points by collaborating with over 20 enabling functions and understanding what is needed when by different stages of their life to support and grow a product, all of course secondary to continuously meeting the customer needs. A powerful sense-making activity for product development and strategy was to combine Cynefin with the Product Lifecycle. This helped us understand when to use Lean Startup and Agile practices and created meaningful conversation to inform working practices.

Hourglass Scrumban Board

The Hourglass Scrum-Ban Board

March 31, 2013 craigstrong 10

As we have progressed as a scrum team, our board has evolved in line with our continuous improvement ethos. Heavily influenced by the Theory Of Constraints, we introduced WIP limits on user stories and the board by restricting the number of lanes. We have seen team and productivity benefits when adopting some of these simple changes.

Software Bug

Should Bugs Exist In The Product Backlog

December 20, 2012 craigstrong 1

The concept of bugs has been around since the early days of software and we treat them the same now as we did then. When working by value from a single backlog, we should think differently by thinking by value. Do bugs really exist ? Do we put bugs in the product backlog ? What value to bug tracking tools really have ?

Super Hero Scrum Board

Super Hero Scrum Board

November 10, 2012 craigstrong 6

We decided to change our scrum board to look a bit more fun and interesting. So we created a web like board aka the “Super Hero Scrum Board” based on a “Bulls Eye” concept. Not only is it more fun and interested, but it creates a visual focus on Done.

Example : CFD1

Analysing Sprint Progress With Cumulative Flow Diagram

October 27, 2012 craigstrong 0

Using cumulative flow diagrams to observe workflow within sprints can provide valuable, visual input for teams. Unlike the sprint burndown chats, CFD”s look at the lower level of tasks to see what goes on closer to the work getting done. Used with the burndown, a cumulative flow diagram can be a useful learning aid to support retrospectives, continuous improvement and feedback.