Search
Close this search box.
Search
Close this search box.
Search
Close this search box.

Moving from Yearly Plans to Continuous Planning using Lean Product Management

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest
WhatsApp

Session Abstract:

In all development organizations, agile or otherwise, there is still a fair amount of upfront planning getting done, some in release planning but mostly in the annual planning session that leads to each budget year. The annual planning session, in particular, puts a strain on product managers at a specific time of the year, usually impairing their ability to give attention to other things in their domain, such as market analysis and leading the delivery.

In this session we will look at how Lean thinking can help us improve our planning process by turning it into a continuous effort, instead of a one time big effort. We will discuss how this should be done and how Lean Product Management can help us ease a lot of the pressure points connected with long term planning by employing the important concepts of Flow and Heijunka.

We will try to learn from this about the role of the Product Manager in a lean organization, and see how this can change the role by giving it more focus.

Lecturer’s short Bio:

Inbar brings with him more than 15 years of experience in the Hi-Tech market, working in small and large companies, in a range of roles from development and architecture to working with customers as Project and Product Manager.

Since 2008, Inbar has been helping development organizations improve their results by adopting Agile and Lean practices. Inbar focuses on management in an Agile/Lean world, working with companies to build new processes and a new culture.

Because of his background in Product Management, Inbar sees Agile/Lean not just as a development tool, and works with Product and Marketing departments to teach them how to use Agile/Lean tools to respond quicker and more effectively to the changing markets.

Inbar holds an MA in Buddhism and East Asian Cultures as well two second degree black belts in the martial arts of Iaido and Jodo.

Inbar is currently studying for a PhD in East Asian mythology.

Subscribe for Email Updates:

Categories:

Tags:

Continuous Improvement
Agile Project
SAFe DevOps
Manage Budget Creation
Introduction to Test Driven Development
Agile Basics
Team Flow
Agile India
Built-In Quality
Enterprise DevOps
Nexus
Software Development
Managing Risk on Agile Projects
An Appreciative Retrospective
POPM
Kanban
Software Development Estimation
Hybrid Work
Lean-Agile Budgeting
Video
LAB
AI
Development Value Streams
Agile Delivery
SPC
ART Success
Lean Risk Management
Agile Israel
Scrum Primer
Systems Thinking
Keith Sawyer
Introduction to ATDD
EOS®
Agile Games and Exercises
Agility
Agile Product Ownership
Games and Exercises
Advanced Roadmaps
Acceptance Test-Driven Development
Sprint Iteration
Self-organization
agileisrael
SA
Lean Agile Basics
Certified SAFe
Scrum Master
Nexus and SAFe
Quality Assurance
Agile Outsourcing
Jira Plans
ROI
Tools
Achieve Business Agility
PI Planning
Daily Scrum
Agile Mindset
Lean and Agile Principles and Practices
Operational Value Stream
LeSS
Lean Agile Leadership
Scrum and XP
Kanban 101
Implementing SAFe
Jira
Scrum Guide
Scrum.org
Professional Scrum with Kanban
Continuous Integration
Perfection Game
Professional Scrum Product Owner
The Agile Coach
Agile Assembly Architecture
PI Objectives
Agile and DevOps Journey
Value Streams
Applying Agile Methodology
lean agile change management
Continuous Deployment
Code
GanttBan
Agile Product Development
Iterative Incremental Development
Agile Exercises
Agile Risk Management
Large Scale Scrum
Webinar
Artificial Intelligence
predictability
Rapid RTC
Agile
TDD
Frameworks
ATDD vs. BDD
Agile Program
Spotify
System Archetypes
Coaching Agile Teams
Effective Agile Retrospectives
QA
Kaizen
Kanban Kickstart Example
Kanban Game
SAFe Release Planning
SAFe
speed @ scale
Lean and Agile Techniques
Kanban Basics
Agile Games
Process Improvement
Continuous Planning
Nexus Integration Team
Atlassian
Risk Management in Kanban
Risk-aware Product Development
ScrumMaster Tales
RTE Role
Agile Techniques
Jira Cloud
IT Operations
Risk Management on Agile Projects
What Is Kanban
Scrum With Kanban
A Kanban System for Software Engineering
RSA
Agile Project Management
Agile Testing Practices
Continuous Delivery
Limiting Work in Progress
Presentation
speed at scale
DevOps
Accelerate Value Delivery At Scale
Agile for Embedded Systems
Principles of Lean-Agile Leadership
Sprint Retrospectives
Professional Scrum Master
Lean Agile
Elastic Leadership
Lean-Agile Software Development
Product Ownership
Implementation of Lean and Agile
Releases Using Lean
Agile Israel Events
BDD
Agile in the Enterprise
Jira admin
System Team
Legacy Enterprise
Agile Release Planning
Agile Release Management
WIP
Legacy Code
Program Increment
Change Management
Agile Community
Entrepreneurial Operating System®
Lean Agile Management
Agile Development
Amdocs
Scaled Agile Framework
Release Train Engineer
Lean Agile Organization
AI Artificial Intelligence
Scrum
ARTs
Scrum Values
NIT
ALM Tools
Agile Contracts Best Practices
AgileSparks
Business Agility
Tips
Lean Startup
Agile Marketing
Sprint Planning
The Kanban Method
Scrum Master Role
Test Driven Development
User stories
chatgpt
Planning
Story Slicing
Lean Budgeting
Atlaassian
LPM
Engineering Practices
Nexus vs SAFe
Nexus and Kanban
RTE
Lean Software Development
Product Management
Managing Projects
Kaizen Workshop
System Integration Environments
Covid19
Pomodoro Technique
ATDD
Certification
Portfolio for Jira
Slides
AgileSparks
Logo
Enable registration in settings - general

Contact Us

Request for additional information and prices

AgileSparks Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter, and stay updated on the latest Agile news and events

This website uses Cookies to provide a better experience
Shopping cart