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Presentation on the Agile PM framework

I wrote a blog post about an agile product management frame work that I had put together in order to give guidelines to the product team and help improve the quality and accuracy of the information on the product roadmap, backlog and release plans. The blog post dealt mainly with the creation of the roadmap. The presentation below gives a high level view of the other elements of the framework.


9 comments:

  1. awesome presentation. Thanks for shari g!

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  2. What software do you use to manage/track all processes in the frame? Microsoft's SharePoint?

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  3. Hi Shane,

    We tend to use various MS office: Power Point to create road maps and release plans, Excel to for backlog, sprint logs and burn-down charts all managed in SharePoint (although we are in the process of moving over to TFS Conchango, scrum for team systems).

    Derek

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  4. As discussed I do really like this, but think it's missing the customer engagement, competitive analysis product creation (ideation) aspect. But for a day to day framework I think is really positive

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  5. Hi Aziz,

    Points you raise will be coming - in a range of blog posts that I plan to start work on in Q4...

    Derek

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  6. Hi Derek
    Thanks a lot for sharing this presentation.

    I am really new to Agile terminology, so this is perhaps a very stupid question. What do the boxes with "Sprint x+.." mean on the right hand side.

    thanks
    Megan

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  7. Hi Megan, The boxes you refer to are not really part of agile as such - the point I'm making is that if the dev team are currently working on sprint x then product management really need to be working on activities in advance of sprint x i.e x+5 - 5 sprints ahead of the current one.

    Derek

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  8. Hi derek
    thanks for such well thinking. do you think the product management is a marketing wise approach or just organizational approach.

    thanx,
    Hatem Elnagar

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  9. Very Nice !
    We all appreciate with your post.Keep posting these kind of information.

    Thanks for sharing.
    PM Framework

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