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The Evolution of Agile at Statistics
New Zealand
How our Agile evolution can be shared across Government agencies.

Presen...
Introductions

2
Statistics 2020 Te Kāpehu Whetū
“How we're creating the Statistical System of the Future”

3
Agile Maturity Journey
2009
2008 Use of
Scrum in
2010 2011
Agile
Agile Pilot
in Census
2011.

other
projects.

Positive
fe...
In the beginning………

Thanks Citi bank

5
Early 2008: from bad to worse

6
WHAT did we need to do to change?

7
The Stats:

8
"OK, maybe we
didn't get all the
bells and
whistles, but..."
"they were just
nice to haves".

"The team
have a great
satis...
Feedback on our Process

Communication
up 87%

Delivering up
87%

Risk reduction
up 87%

Team fun up
86%

10
High Level Statistics NZ Agile SDLC
Each of the yellow boxes are shown in greater detail:
• giving the roles (who does wha...
Stats NZ E2E Enterprise Architecture
Blueprint

12
Business Interviews 2010/11
Key Programmes /
Projects
1. BEST
2. SDDM
3. Redesign of the
Accommodation
Survey
4. Business ...
@ Stats Today

14
15
• Agile is our primary method for
delivery - used for 80% of our
Programmes / projects

• Delivered all our IT projects
• ...
Census of Populations
18
Fun!!!

19
Creative !!

20
What we’re doing now …
Undertaking a maturity
assessment
Roadmap to take Stats NZ
to the next level

• Introduce Agile Coa...
Our Agile Journey – where to next ??
2009
2012
2008 Use of
2013
Evolution into
Kanban and
Scrum in
2010 2011
Start to shar...
Long Term Vision
The Concept
Why the Government?

• Similar challenges
• Same mandate – collaborate
• We work for the same client
28
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  1. 1. The Evolution of Agile at Statistics New Zealand How our Agile evolution can be shared across Government agencies. Presenters: Chanelle Becker & Joanne McGee October 2013
  2. 2. Introductions 2
  3. 3. Statistics 2020 Te Kāpehu Whetū “How we're creating the Statistical System of the Future” 3
  4. 4. Agile Maturity Journey 2009 2008 Use of Scrum in 2010 2011 Agile Agile Pilot in Census 2011. other projects. Positive feedback from teams Agile spread to other teams in and outside of IT. accepted within IT. Formal training plans implemented. 2012 Evolution into Kanban and other variations. Agile becomes more embedded. 2013 4
  5. 5. In the beginning……… Thanks Citi bank 5
  6. 6. Early 2008: from bad to worse 6
  7. 7. WHAT did we need to do to change? 7
  8. 8. The Stats: 8
  9. 9. "OK, maybe we didn't get all the bells and whistles, but..." "they were just nice to haves". "The team have a great satisfaction and sense of ownership" Feedback "Next time I would try to get more involved in daily standups" "The Agile framework is "well set up to deal with changes" "What surprised me was the team camaraderie".. "the team bond better" "It's important to understand the whole culture" "Constantly having to prioritise"... "have to make the hard calls" "You never lose sight of the end goal" "The IT Team and the Business Area worked as a team" “Split locations a challenge” "A real sense of engagement with the IT team" 9
  10. 10. Feedback on our Process Communication up 87% Delivering up 87% Risk reduction up 87% Team fun up 86% 10
  11. 11. High Level Statistics NZ Agile SDLC Each of the yellow boxes are shown in greater detail: • giving the roles (who does what), • order of execution (when to do it) and • outcomes (what will be produced). Agile Software Development Life Cycle (IT Development Process) Last step of Business Planning Process 1 Concept 2 Initiate 3 Sprint Zero 4 Agile Development (Sprint 1-n) 5 Project Go Live 6 Project Closure 7 Support 11
  12. 12. Stats NZ E2E Enterprise Architecture Blueprint 12
  13. 13. Business Interviews 2010/11 Key Programmes / Projects 1. BEST 2. SDDM 3. Redesign of the Accommodation Survey 4. Business Toolbox 5. Selective Editing 6. Implementation of ANZSIC06 7. 2011 Census Development 8. Info Share Project 13
  14. 14. @ Stats Today 14
  15. 15. 15
  16. 16. • Agile is our primary method for delivery - used for 80% of our Programmes / projects • Delivered all our IT projects • Agile is being adopted by our business units • Able to deliver to our strategic values • Modernise the way we deliver “stuff” 16
  17. 17. Census of Populations
  18. 18. 18
  19. 19. Fun!!! 19
  20. 20. Creative !! 20
  21. 21. What we’re doing now … Undertaking a maturity assessment Roadmap to take Stats NZ to the next level • Introduce Agile Coaching • Continue to educate our organisation • Focus on AOG opportunities 22
  22. 22. Our Agile Journey – where to next ?? 2009 2012 2008 Use of 2013 Evolution into Kanban and Scrum in 2010 2011 Start to share Agile Agile Pilot in Census 2011. other projects. Positive feedback from teams Agile spread to other teams in and outside of IT. accepted within IT. Formal training plans implemented. other variations. Agile becomes more embedded. Agile externally within the wider Government sector 23
  23. 23. Long Term Vision
  24. 24. The Concept
  25. 25. Why the Government? • Similar challenges • Same mandate – collaborate • We work for the same client
  26. 26. 28
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