Cheat Sheets, Crib Notes, Reference Guides... call them what you want, but we all need help sometimes remembering the steps involved when undertaking tasks.
Provided as A3 sized one pagers, the cheat sheets below are designed to provide that help to session facilitators who are using RRPD to achieve predictable delivery.
This cheat sheet shows which level of PTEST requirements (Project, Theme, Epic, Story or Sub Task) should be investigated at which point within RRPD to avoid waste.Download PDF
Showing how the generation and validation of new ideas fits in with the current organisational landscape, this cheatsheet gives an overview of the initial stage within the RRPD cycle.Download PDF
This sheet shows how all the Discovery stage activities interact to ensure a predictable outcome by validating that the new idea will deliver the results expected.Download PDF
This one-pager shows the typical areas of understanding that the team should collaborate on ahead of construction in order to build a rapid delivery mechanism.Download PDF
This diagram provides information on how to create a repeatable construction mechanism, that is cost-effective yet provides flexibility to deal with change from stakeholdersDownload PDF
This one-pager shows how the team break down and elaborate work, within a 3-Amigos format ahead of building it so that any surprises are removed ahead of time.Download PDF
Typically covering the 'In-Sprint' period, this one-pager explains the steps involved within the delivery team to ensure that the project is delivered in a lean way.Download PDF
This one pager shows delivery of the product into live and the customers and how teams transition from delivery to consciously evolving the product, or pivoting onto the next idea.Download PDF
This one pager shows the elements of the BAD Toolkit used to move to product delivery within a scalable framework.Download PDF
The Epic Board is one of the most important artefacts within of the RRPD framework as it allows teams to plan and deal with chaning priorities throughout the project.Download Storyboard
Mindmaps are surprisingly intuitive to create and use, and this how-to guide helps teams to break the project down into Themes / Epics / Stories during inception, ahead of project planning and delivery.Download Storyboard
Based on the Impact Mapping process by Gojko Adzic, this how-to guide shows you how to rapidly align teams during the Discovery stage to define what features may be needed in the concept.Download Storyboard