Agenda ScrumPloP'19
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No (not ordered yet; maybe dot-vote)SubjectDescriptionTime needed (suggestion)Suggested Input / preparationSuggested Outcome/OutputSuggested Form
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Will happenPO AddressUpdate from PO 2 hrs
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(Opening) GamesNew games you want to excercise with the team30 minIncreased Happiness
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Group outingVisit new places, taste other Port wine, or revisit places.
2-4 hrsIncreased Happiness
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Book promotionWhat does our publisher do on book promotion? What can we do in addition?2-4 hrsIncrease in pre-order of the book/ make people happy by making them aware of the book
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Discontinuing of Google PagesWhat are we going to do with the patterns that didn't make it into the book (since Google Pages will be discontinued)? Where do we want to put our new patterns?1 hrList of alternatives to Google Pages with pro/comPlatform where our patterns are publicly avaialble and can be edited by the authorsTimeboxed presentation of alternatives, dot vote
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Long term goals for the Scrum PLoP communityWhat do we want to have accomplished in five years from now and how can we support that outcome. Do we want the patterns to be the secret sauce to implement Scrum easily? What does the community look like?
2 hrsEach person prepares a two minute presentation on how they imagine the Community in five yearsAlignment in the group and a plan for how to work towards shared goalsDot vote on favorites
Brainstorm on initiatives to support the goal
Facilitated discussion on plan creations
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See also "Kijafa."
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Test panel for Pattern AppsCope has written a pattern app (Apple). Cesario has written an app (Android). We can test them and provide feedback2 hrsInstall app on your deviceFeedback to authorswriters workshop form?
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Learnings from Pattern Course (given by Cope/Cesario prior to PLoP)What learnings can benefit the team?2 hrsconcrete input to improve class third party facilitator (Not Cope or Cesario) maybe in a retrospective format.
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Product Organisations / Role of the PO in an organisationDeep dive into common problems known in the product organisation. Do the current patterns address them? How can a PO set value to an item on the backlog (are there more patterns to be discovered). How does the PO deal with all the stakeholders and the organization (are there more patterns to be discovered). Maybe the Organizational Patterns can give guidanance as well4+ hrsNew Patterns / List of common problemsNew patternsBrain storm on common problems

Writers workshop on new patters

Pattern writing workshop on new patterns addressing common problems
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Writers' workshopPLoP'ers that want to put forward a new pattern they have written.2 hrsWrite pattern and send proposal in advance to the group so everyone can prepareNew patternWriters workshop
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Use of patterns in daily businessBrainstorming on how to use them in 'real life' or even better let’s talk about real examples if anyone has that2-4 hrsExamples of use of patterns in daily business (not classes)Inspiration on how to use patterns
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Managers in AgileManagers has little focus in Scrum, yet they are all over. How many patterns do we have that support them? Do they cover the most common problems/functions in an agile org?4+ hrsList of patterns related to management / Drafts of new patternsNew patterns / mapping from common seen problems to patterns
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Agile AdoptionPatterns to address common problems for example like fear of change and the ability to handle too many changes at once.4+ hrsNew Patterns / often seen problemsNew patternsBrain storm on common problems

Writers workshop on new patters

Pattern writing workshop on new patterns addressing common problems
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SustainabilityAgile implementations often degenerate. Patterns could be used to build a more solid foundation to address this.4+ hrsNew Patterns / often seen problemsNew patternsBrain storm on common problems

Writers workshop on new patters

Pattern writing workshop on new patterns addressing common problems
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Information radiators for Agility of the organisationInformation radiator is a pattern that can be used in many contexts - explore the forces at play when using information radiators(metrics) to measure progress on the agile implementation. Many organisations has measures that drives them in the wrong direction. Could more explicit patterns help. Is there a difference on shared metrics and team metrics? Is it even possible to 'sum' the data from different teams if you want a collected temperature on the organisation?4+ hrs(most common) Metrics currently used to measure agility.Drafts of new patternsBrainstorm
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GamificationHow can we make it more fun to work with patterns. Would it be possible to create a game involving patterns or some kind of rating of the team/organisation using patterns.4 hrsInspiration from other games used to build / strengthen structures of peopleGames or some other Structure to use patterns inBrainstorm followed by refinement of best ideas
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ScalingDeep dive in the different scaling frameworks. What do they have in common, and have we covered all the good stuff4+ hrsat least one presenter per frameworkDrafts of new patterns
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Distributed teamsPatterns on how to mitigate the pains of dislocation. For many companies it is not an option to have all the teams colocated. What are the patterns supporting building a great team in less optimal conditions.4+ hrsNew Patterns/often seen problemsDrafts of new patternsBrainstorm
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From Scrum Patterns to Organisational patternsIf we where to write the Organisational Patterns book today - which pattern could we add (generalize the Scrum Patterns to none agile use)2-4 hrsRead pattlets from Organisational Patterns book
New patterns or maybe more general patterns or extension of the Organizational Pattern Language
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Using the pattern template when changing the organisation / architecture.Often decisions is made without investigating all forces at play, resulting in bad solutions or decisions is taken without documentation of forces and future decisions is taken based on false assumptions. Can the structure of patterns help building a simple framework to strengthen making decisions

Can we/do we want to populuarize use of patterns as a technique in an orgainzaition? A positive outcome could be that more people are introduced to patterns and can become the next generation pattern writters.
2-4 hrs
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The Making of the Book: Bookbinder, PML, rake & friendsA short lecture on the process we used, as editors, to pull the book together with Pragmatic Bookshelf over the past year: a look at multisite development, the PML markup language, picture selection, development editing, layout, and copy editing2 hoursNone. Maybe the other editors would like to prepare a bit to talk about their perspective of the process (esp. pictures)None
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KijafaA parallel track to explore a parallel, committed post-ScrumPLoP community to carry on the mission at a deeper level, while Scrum PLoP itself in turn continues to thrive as it finds its way to continue its work into the future. (This is separate from and parallel to "Long term goals for the Scrum PLoP community")

Well, at least that's one idea. I want to emphasize that the agenda is wide open, and we will start by brainstorming crazy ideas.

I propose to limit involvement to the pigs, where a pig is someone williing to dedicate a substantial chunk of time to this over the next one to five years (on a par to what the editors have invested)
One day and half a day (more or less)A new community that will go forward as a think tah that develops ideas and does work to raise the bar, at the industry level, for Scrum and / or patterns.Informal discussion over port and Kijafa in the garden, or in one of the rooms
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Short session developmentCreate short workshops or talks to help promote the book or the use of the content. Doing this together will help develop consistent message for participants.half dayExperience...One hour to half day sessions on the Scrum Patterns content.
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Scale-free SystemsContemporary scaling frameworks are all based on the military notions of teams of teams, command and control, and hierarchy. The Pasteur research (that was behind the Daily Scrum) shows that there are a very small number of organizations that are scale-free in nature. Scale-freeness can be formally, mathematically defined in terms of the distribution of connections across hubs in the organization. I propose that scale-freeness — rather than the team-of-teams approach — is a sane, incremental, scalable, agile approach to scaling.2 hours?NoneNone currently. However, something might come of this long termTutorial and discussion
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