Challenges Exercise

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July 13, 2016

Challenges Exercise

At WooTrip 2016, we took the time to brainstorm about the challenge we face with our team and how we can overcome them. These slides were the guide for the discussions.

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  1. Challenges Exercise WooTrip 2016 | Berlin

  2. Goals • Review and prioritise challenges • Engage in constructive

    discussion • Work solution-oriented across teams
  3. Solved Challenges • What was challenge? • What were key

    obstacles? • What were contributing factors? • What did we learn?
  4. Analysing Challenges (pt. 1) • Organise challenges submitted - Value

    - Effort • Feel free to add challenges
  5. Value Effort Awesome! Low-hanging fruit Sucks! OK

  6. Analysing Challenges (pt. 2) • Choose 1 challenge per team

    member • Discuss - What? (description) - When and how? (history) - Why is it challenge? (impact) - Who is involved? (stakeholders)
  7. Sharing and caring • Add all challenges to P2 •

    Vote for ones you are passionate about • Top 9 will be further discussed tomorrow
  8. Goal-oriented planning • Define the challenge more in depth (±

    20 min) • Formulate OKR(s) (± 20 min) - 1+ objective - 1+ key results • Brainstorm for solutions (± 20 min) • Make an action plan (± 30 min) - Time frame - Resources - Obstacles • Presentations (each max. 5 min)
  9. Topics Allen Product/bug testing Mark Communication around product updates/launches Petya

    Information overload Mindy Communication with dev community Warren Bug reporting and fixing Matty Scaling WooCommerce Mikey .org forum support Catherine Cross-team goals setting Andrew Too many products to support
  10. Presentations • Introduction OKR(s) • Proposed plan