Given Shows 25-28 and III-VI, you will create a plan using the principles of agile for analyzing financial performance and determine the profit drivers and key performance indicators for operations, customers, and people.
EPISODE 133: Summary
There is not much more to say on the topic we didn't cover in last week's show - Part VI, it is time to get started. Since this is your first attempt at using an Agile Methodology - take it slow.
EPISODE 134: Starting Your First SCRUM
This is not hard. If you have used the tools of project management there are more similarities than differences. The big difference is when to use a traditional approach vs agile. The biggest challenge is for you to play just the Champion role and trusting the process; trusting that the iterations will lead to a quality result.
EPISODE 135: Your First Target - Financials
It is up to you to decide where to start. However since our focus all season is "Recession Proofing Your Business", the place to start is on Financial Performance and use it to backtrack to find improvement opportunities.
This section of the show we covered yesterday in Show 28: How To Share Financials With Employees.
EPISODE 136: The First Sprints
With your SCRUM Team team created and functioning, its time to go to work.
Next Part VIII: Operations Scrum & Sprints
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