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Thursday, April 11 • 2:45pm - 4:15pm
Coders and Non-Coders in a Mob Taking a Mission from Idea, Shared Understanding to Output - Lea Kovac Beckman

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This session is designed to help you experience the benefits (and challenges) that comes with including all different areas of expertise in a Mob – e.g fewer surprises and misunderstandings along the way, when all experts have taken part in decisions we take along the way (no handoffs needed). And no more blocking dependencies within the team, e.g between product owner, design, dev and test. We will Mob a mission based on insights from actual user needs. The output will be a simple game for preschool kids. The Mob will begin to prioritize a couple of different ideas, by taking into account desirability, viability, feasibility (Assumptions Mapping). When an idea has been selected it's time to get a shared understanding of the problem before we proceed to development. We will use Example mapping for this. To help us break up the "story" into the smallest viable thing we can deliver we will use a rapid version of Story Mapping. Then we build, test and iterate!

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Lea Kovac Beckman

Lea is a strong voice in including the whole cross functional team in a mob – mobbing discovery and delivery – all the benefits and how you can work with challenges that comes with it. She has been mob developing since mid 2016 as a UX Designers together with programmers, tester... Read More →

Thursday April 11, 2019 2:45pm - 4:15pm
Room 3 - Jefferson

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