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  • 1. Moving to Agile: what are thechanges and how to deal with them Vaida Masiulionytė
  • 2. About me…• Project manager, business analyst, scrum master• Lecturer at Vilnius University•• Board member of association
  • 3. Unwritten rules
  • 4. http://brainslink.com/2012/10/30-questions-proving-that-scrum-is-harder-than-it-looks/
  • 5. [KOMIKSAS] Team work
  • 6. Project• Divide project into parts• Think only about that part which you are implementing now
  • 7. Time planning• Enough time for sprint planning• Learn to divide user stories into small tasks• Evaluate tasks realistically
  • 8. Tasks planning• Plan documents preparation as a task• Include testing and bug fixing into task list
  • 9. New tasks in the middle of sprint
  • 10. Not one project at a time ?• Do projects sprint by sprintOR• Divide week into two parts for e.g. one sprint 3 days a week, duration 3 weeks.
  • 11. Teamrespon-sability
  • 12. Progress tracking• Burndown is for the team, not for managers• Burndown tracking is good motivation for the team
  • 13. Client and team• Bring team to the client: – Team will better understand client’s requirements and changes – Client will see that you really care about his problem
  • 14. ChangesDo not beafraid of smallchanges
  • 15. Scrum is good for…Managers Team Clients– Project on – Quick result – Tries the budget and – More project on time freedom for functionality decision early making – Quality – More fun  – Project on time
  • 16. And the project is…People warning and informing system www.vpgt.lt
  • 17. Thank you  ?