About the Session
Everyone loves a gannt chart. Said no one involved in building software. Ever. But none-the-less having some idea of where you’re going, what you’re trying to achieve and how you think you might get there is incredibly useful. A good product roadmap gives everyone an idea of what’s going on, what still needs to be achieved, can generate conversation and generally increase engagement. It can also tell a story of what the team has tackled so far. Through this talk and hands-on exercise (giving attendees the chance to create a roadmap themselves), Clem will share the technique of creating a visual roadmap as a key team artifact and how it’s worked so far where he’s tried it - like a roadmap, still very much a work in progress.
About Clem Pickering
Clem has been involved with agile software delivery for many years under the guise of many roles, development, testing and DevOps. People, agile and testing have remained key areas of enthusiasm throughout. He now works for an agile consultancy providing coaching, training and sharing ideas whenever possible. At some point he will start a blog but he’s been saying that for years; however see @clem_pickering on Twitter.