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Leader’srolein AgiletransformationGopal GuptaParveen Garg
Agile adoption – who     decides                                                                 50%                      ...
Failures in AGILE                                                                     32%                                 ...
Leadershipactions@ Ericsson R&DLeaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 4 (17)
OUR approach                                                                      SUPPORTReinforce                        ...
OUR actions  Training & Coaching  Internal Drivers – Agile Evangelists Individual Goals encouraging Agile Adoption  Focus ...
Training & coaching› Mandatory Agile Training for all in the organization› Continuous Agile refreshers for everybody› Enco...
Agile evangelists› Created Internal Agile champions       – Available for any support to the teams       – Focusing on rei...
goals FOR AgileMINDSET› Individual Performance goals  aligned to Agile       – Helping in promoting Agile Practices       ...
FOCUS on 360 agile              Human                                            Process                    Technical     ...
Defining agile maturity› Created Tools and templates to assess Agile maturity› Regular Retrospection at Team and Organizat...
KNOWING ourselves                                                             Agile Assessment 2011: Q1 to Q4 Assessment S...
Results: OUR Successso FAR                                                                                      Agile Asse...
summary                                                                          SUPPORT                                  ...
Leaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 15 (17)
Gopal Mohan Gupta                                      Parveen GargA Telecom Professional with 18                         ...
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  1. 1. Leader’srolein AgiletransformationGopal GuptaParveen Garg
  2. 2. Agile adoption – who decides 50% Senior Management 18%© 2010 version one Inc Agile Survey 2010 Executive Management LEADERS ARE CONVINCED THAT AGILE IS THE WAY TO GO Leaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 2 (17)
  3. 3. Failures in AGILE 32% Culture, Company philosophy, Mgmt Support 51% Ability to change Organizational Culture 34% Management Support – Barrier to© 2010 version one Inc Agile Survey 2010 Agile Adoption HOWEVER, CHANGE IS NOT EASY AND LEADERS PLAY A KEY ROLE IN SUCCESSFUL ADOPTION Leaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 3 (17)
  4. 4. Leadershipactions@ Ericsson R&DLeaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 4 (17)
  5. 5. OUR approach SUPPORTReinforce Leaders & MANAGERS ENCOURAGELeaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 5 (17)
  6. 6. OUR actions Training & Coaching Internal Drivers – Agile Evangelists Individual Goals encouraging Agile Adoption Focus on 360 Agile Organization KPI - Defining Agile Maturity steps Knowing OurselvesLeaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 6 (17)
  7. 7. Training & coaching› Mandatory Agile Training for all in the organization› Continuous Agile refreshers for everybody› Encourage Participation and contribution in Agile Conferences› Close association & engagement with Industry experts/consultantsLeaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 7 (17)
  8. 8. Agile evangelists› Created Internal Agile champions – Available for any support to the teams – Focusing on reinforcing Agile practices in teams – Spreading and sharing good Agile practices across organization and teams (cross team pollination)› Self driven Community of Practices (CoP) across Agile roles› Role Model in different Agile roles identified & recognizedLeaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 8 (17)
  9. 9. goals FOR AgileMINDSET› Individual Performance goals aligned to Agile – Helping in promoting Agile Practices – Changing Mindset – Pushing the Team First spiritLeaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 9 (17)
  10. 10. FOCUS on 360 agile Human Process Technical aspects aspects aspects› Introduction of Agile roles › Agile practices – › S/W Craftsmanship› Redefining existing roles Standup, Retrospection practices in line with Agile practices › Prioritized Product and › Continuous Integration› Peer feedbacks Iteration Backlogs › Fast Feedback› Being accountable › Test Automation› Focus on Empowered › Pair Programming teams › Test Driven DevelopmentTRANSFORMING THE ORGANIZATION’S DNA Leaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 10 (17)
  11. 11. Defining agile maturity› Created Tools and templates to assess Agile maturity› Regular Retrospection at Team and Organizational level› Periodic reporting as part of the Organization wide KPIsLeaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 11 (17)
  12. 12. KNOWING ourselves Agile Assessment 2011: Q1 to Q4 Assessment Scores Trend› Radiators to visualize Agile 130 Q4 Score Q3 Score Practices 120 Q2 Score Q1 Score 110 – Dash-boards; Digital Signage/ 100 Screens 90 – Snapshots 80 70 – Results: Velocity, Assessments, FE Online IVR MINSAT CRS AS CCN SUF Continuous IntegrationLeaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 12 (17)
  13. 13. Results: OUR Successso FAR Agile Assessment 2011: Q1 to Q4 Assessment Scores Trend Q4 Score 130 Q3 Score Q2 Score› Agile Driven 120 Q1 Score Development for the past 110 3 years 100 90 80› Agile Maturity showing 70 FE Online IVR MINSAT CRS AS CCN SUF increasing trend Human Centric (Graph 2) FE› Better understanding of ONLINE roles (Scrum master, PO) 6 IVR Scores on a scale of 1 to 5 MINSAT 5 CRS 4 AS 3 CCN› Next target is to go Lean 2 1 SUF 0 ity m rt am d r m te po ar ru ur ea as Te Bo up Sc at lT M M rS ng sk ly na m am ai de isi Ta ru tio /D an Sc ol Te nc eh rg up Fu O ak d- ss lf St an Se ro St CLeaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 13 (17)
  14. 14. summary SUPPORT Role of aReinforce leader TRANSFORMING CULTURE ENCOURAGE AGILE IS NOT A DECISION BUT A JOURNEY THAT LEADERS NEED TO TRAVERSE WITH THE TEAMSLeaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 14 (17)
  15. 15. Leaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 15 (17)
  16. 16. Gopal Mohan Gupta Parveen GargA Telecom Professional with 18 IT professional with more thanyears of rich experience with 14 years of experience,Ericsson. Currently engaged as currently leading a diverseTeam Manager in the Ericsson’s group handling multipleR&D India center functions at Ericsson’s Gurgaon R&D centerContact: Contact:gopal.mohan.gupta@ericsson.com parveen.garg@ericsson.com+91 9717197513 +91 9810591974Leaders role in Agile Transformation | Page 16 (17)

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