UX Runway - how to ensure your teams take off and land successfully

Agile has been the buzz for the past decade and UX was quick behind. But how do teams properly integrate UX and other dependent teams to ensure high quality and timeliness for all involved? The UX Runway will detail a strategy to involve dependent teams so the development team has what they need on time while the other team is recognized and given proper lead time to provide their deliverables.

The UX Runway gives a step-by-step plan to manage centralized teams that other Scrum development teams are dependent on. It maps out the appropriate timelines to expect deliverables in and also how best to faciliate requirements for these teams.

Looking for UX or any other team dependency mastery? This session is for you!

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

I. What is UX?

II. UX's place in Scrum

III. Preparing UX and Scrum teams

IV. Properly integrating UX with Scrum

V. Inspecting and adapting

Learning Outcome

Learn how to master dependencies among teams, specifically UX dependency integration, into a Scrum project by scaling.

Learn how to effectively manage a centralized or decentralized UX team in Agile projects.

Learn more about UX and it's vitality in Agile projects.

Target Audience

ScrumMasters, Product Owners, Program and Portfolio Managers

schedule Submitted 4 years ago

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  • Ellen Grove
    By Ellen Grove  ~  4 years ago
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    Hi Natalie - you've tagged your talk as a tutorial.  Can you provide some more information about the tutorial elements?  Will there be an interactive element?  Thanks

    • Natalie Warnert
      By Natalie Warnert  ~  4 years ago
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      Hi Ellen,

      I hope it to be more of an open discussion. I certainly have structured points that I want to hit, but since UX has so much confusion around it I struggled with labeling this as a talk because I want questions throughout. Does that make sense? Maybe it would be better labled as a talk but based on the definitions provided here it didn't seem to fit perfectly in either category.

      Natalie

      • Ellen Grove
        By Ellen Grove  ~  4 years ago
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        Hi Natalie

        One reason I ask is the rooms are quite large for this conference (the small session room seats 75 people, the other spaces are 200+) so it's very helpful to the reviewers to understand what kind of interaction is envisioned.

        Thanks!

        Ellen


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