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    Lean from the Trenches
    by Henrik Kniberg

    🔍 Lean from the Trenches – READ MORE 🔍

    • Author: Henrik Kniberg
    • ISBN: 9781934356852 (1934356859)
    • Language: english
    • Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
    • Release date: December 21, 2011
    • Format: paperback, 176 pages
    • Genres: management, business, software, technology, programming, leadership, technical, productivity

    About The Book

    Lean from the Trenches is all about actual practice.

    Find out how the Swedish police combined XP, Scrum, and Kanban in a 60-person project. From start to finish, you’ll see how to deliver a successful product using Lean principles.

    We start with an organization in desperate need of a new way of doing things and finish with a group of sixty, all working in sync to develop a scalable, complex system. You’ll walk through the project step by step, from customer engagement, to the daily « cocktail party, » version control, bug tracking, and release. In this honest look at what works — and what doesn’t — you’ll find out how to:

    Make quality everyone’s business, not just the testers. Keep everyone moving in the same direction without micromanagement. Use simple and powerful metrics to aid in planning and process improvement. Balance between low-level feature focus and high-level system focus.

    You’ll be ready to jump into the trenches and streamline your own development process.





    1. About the Project

    1.1 Timeline 5

    1.2 How We Sliced the Elephant 6

    1.3 How We Involved the Customer 7

    2. Structuring the Teams

    3. Attending the Daily Cocktail Party

    3.1 First Tier: Feature Team Daily Stand-up

    3.2 Second Tier: Sync Meetings per Specialty

    3.3 Third Tier: Project Sync Meeting

    4. The Project Board

    4.1 Our Cadences

    4.2 How We Handle Urgent Issues and Impediments

    5. Scaling the Kanban Boards

    6. Tracking the High-Level Goal

    7. Defining Ready and Done

    7.1 Ready for Development

    7.2 Ready for System Test

    7.3 How This Improved Collaboration

    8. Handling Tech Stories

    8.1 Example 1: System Test Bottleneck

    8.2 Example 2: Day Before the Release

    8.3 Example 3: The 7-Meter Class

    9. Handling Bugs

    9.1 Continuous System Test

    9.2 Fix the Bugs Immediately

    9.3 Why We Limit the Number of Bugs in the Bug Tracker

    9.4 Visualizing Bugs

    9.5 Preventing Recurring Bugs

    10. Continuously Improving the Process

    10.1 Team Retrospectives

    10.2 Process Improvement Workshops

    10.3 Managing the Rate of Change

    11. Managing Work in Progress

    11.1 Using WIP Limits

    11.2 Why WIP Limits Apply Only to Features

    12. Capturing and Using Process Metrics

    12.1 Velocity (Features per Week)

    12.2 Why We Don’t Use Story Points

    12.3 Cycle Time (Weeks per Feature)

    12.4 Cumulative Flow

    12.5 Process Cycle Efficiency

    13. Planning the Sprint and Release

    13.1 Backlog Grooming

    13.2 Selecting the Top Ten Features

    13.3 Why We Moved Backlog Grooming Out of the Sprint Planning Meeting

    13.4 Planning the Release

    14. How We Do Version Control

    14.1 No Junk on the Trunk

    14.2 Team Branches

    14.3 System Test Branch

    15. Why We Use Only Physical Kanban Boards

    16. What We Learned

    16.1 Know Your Goal

    16.2 Experiment

    16.3 Embrace Failure

    16.4 Solve Real Problems

    16.5 Have Dedicated Change Agents

    16.6 Involve People


    17. Agile and Lean in a Nutshell

    17.1 Agile in a Nutshell

    17.2 Lean in a Nutshell

    17.3 Scrum in a Nutshell

    17.4 XP in a Nutshell

    17.5 Kanban in a Nutshell

    18. Reducing the Test Automation Backlog

    18.1 What to Do About It

    18.2 How to Improve Test Coverage a Little Bit Each Iteration

    18.3 Step 1: List Your Test Cases

    18.4 Step 2: Classify Each Test

    18.5 Step 3: Sort the List in Priority Order

    18.6 Step 4: Automate a Few Tests Each Iteration

    18.7 Does This Solve the Problem?

    19. Sizing the Backlog with Planning Poker

    19.1 Estimating Without Planning Poker

    19.2 Estimating with Planning Poker

    19.3 Special Cards

    20. Cause-Effect Diagrams

    20.1 Solve Problems, Not Symptoms

    20.2 The Lean Problem-Solving Approach: A3 Thinking

    20.3 How to Use Cause-Effect Diagrams

    20.4 Example 1: Long Release Cycle

    20.5 Example 2: Defects Released to Production

    20.6 Example 3: Lack of Pair Programming

    20.7 Example 4: Lots of Problems

    20.8 Practical Issues: How to Create and Maintain the Diagrams

    20.9 Pitfalls

    20.10 Why Use Cause-Effect Diagrams?

    21. Final Words

    A1. Glossary: How We Avoid Buzzword Bingo


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