《The Agile Samurai》的笔记-第53页
- 章节名：3.5 The Inception Deck in a Nutshell
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Here’s a high-level overview of the inception deck questions and exer- cises: 1. Ask why we are here. • This is a quick reminder about why we are here, who our customers are, and why we decided to do this project in the first place. 2. Create an elevator pitch. • If we had thirty seconds and two sentences to describe our project, what would we say? Report erratum this copy is (P1.0 printing, September 2010) ￼THE INCEPTION DECK IN A NUTSHELL 53 3. Design a product box. • If we were flipping through a magazine and we saw an adver- tisement for our product or service, what would it say, and, more importantly, would we buy it? 4. Create a NOT list. • It’s pretty clear what we want to do on this project. Let’s be even clearer and show what we are not doing. 5. Meet your neighbors. • Our project community is always bigger than we think. Why don’t we invite them over for coffee and introduce ourselves? 6. Show the solution. • Let’s draw the high-level blueprints of the technical architec- ture to make sure we are all thinking of the same thing. 7. Ask what keeps us up at night. • Some of the things that happen on projects are downright scary. But talking about them, and what we can do to avoid them, can make them less scary. 8. Size it up. • Is this thing a three-, six-, or nine-month project? 9. Be clear on what’s going to give. • Projects have levers like time, scope, budget, and quality. What’s most and least important for this project at this time? 10. Show what it’s going to take. • How long is it going to take? How much will it cost? And what kind of team are we going to need to pull this off?
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