Stakeholder involvement (sub title: How do I involve my stakeholders best in an Agile environment?)

One of the struggles I have seen when organizations transition to Agile in relation to the Agile principle "Customer Collaboration Over Contract Negotiation" is: When and how do I involve the right customer.

Goal of this presentation:

  • Provide tools on how to involve different types of stakeholders
  • Tool to identify different types of stakeholders

In the presentation I will explain the 2 step process of:

  • Step 1: map out the players for a value stream, product, or feature(set) in a simple 2x2 Stakeholders Matrix (influence/power and interest)
  • Step 2: Learn about the tools and techniques to involve players in each quadrant based on their specific strength or opportunity

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

  • Goal (2 min)
  • 2x2 Stakeholders Matrix (5 min)
  • Matrix - type + action (5 min)
  • Matrix – involve techniques (8 min)
    • Review Ceremonies
    • Steering Committee
    • Mid Range Planning sessions
    • Roadmap sessions
    • Status update
    • Promotion teaser emails
    • Ad Hoc Q&A
    • Story mapping workshops

Learning Outcome

Know when and how do I involve a customer, user, stakeholder

Target Audience

Anyone involved in an organization adopting Agile, but especially PO's, SM's and BA's

Prerequisite

None

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