Vitālijs Jakovels and Armands Baranovskis: Successful Collaboration in Agile Projects. Practical Issues and Cooperation Experience Between eBIT and Tieto
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Vitālijs Jakovels and Armands Baranovskis: Successful Collaboration in Agile Projects. Practical Issues and Cooperation Experience Between eBIT and Tieto Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Successful Collaboration in Agile Projects
    Based on True Story
    Armands Baranovskis, eBIT
    Vitālijs Jakovels, Tieto Latvia
  • 2. Partners
    www.tieto.com
    www.ebit.lv
  • 3. Project
    Customer: Ministry of Education and Science Republic of Latvia
    Scope: development of state education information system
  • 4. Cooperation Structure
    eBIT
    Tieto & eBIT
    Tieto & eBIT
    Development/
    Daily Standups
    Analysis/
    Sprint Planning
    Demo/Retro
    Tieto
  • 5. Must have
    Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
    Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
    Working software over comprehensive documentation
    Responding to change over following a plan
    (Agile Manifesto)
  • 6. Customer Collaboration
  • 7. Customer Collaboration
    Describe scope in an agile friendly way, preferablyuser stories
    Reach agreement on customer involvement and project acceptance criteria
    Make cooperation between partners seamless for the customer
  • 8. Individuals and Interactions
  • 9. Individuals and Interactions
    Create and maintain common public information space with up-to-date information on project status
    Educate people involved in project on Agile approach by using practices together
    Manage common understanding of all resource limitations (financial, time, human resources etc.)
  • 10. Working Software
  • 11. Working Software
    Implement development methods, not only Scrum rituals
    Refactor code developed in previous cycles with an aim to improve and simplify it
    Measure sprint results by working software
  • 12. Responding to Change
  • 13. Responding to Change
    Reach common understanding among parties regarding all scope items and their value
    Agree on scope items with the highest priority and implement them FIRST
    Reach agreement on support of software which is already in production
  • 14. Conclusions
    Describe scope in an agile friendly way
    Reach agreement on customer involvement and project acceptance criteria
    Make cooperation between partners seamless for the customer
    Implement development methods, not only Scrum rituals
    Refactor code developed in previous cycles
    Measure sprint results by working software
    Create and maintain common public information space
    Educate people involved in project
    Manage common understanding of all resource limitations
    Reach common understanding of all scope items and their value
    Implement scope items with the highest priority FIRST
    Reach agreement on support of software which is already in production
  • 15. Thank you!