Scrum and Lean:Multiply the Powers      Om Band
Credit: Good Agile
What is Lean?–   Waste                     ₊   Value–   Cost                      ₊   Quality–   Inventory                ...
The Lean Thinking House                      4
The 9 Lean Core Elements                       5
Just in Time: The core of Lean                                 The “Just-in-time”-                                 Product...
Lean Principle 1: Flow   GOAL: Improve Throughput time by reducing Work In Progress     (WIP) InventoryBatch              ...
Pre and Final JIT Assembly Lines: Fishbone                 Takt 1                           Takt 3   Takt 4               ...
Lean Principle 2: TaktGoal: Achieve consistent rhythm by leveling the work contents  to eliminate overproduction and waiti...
Lean Principle 3: PullGOAL: Produce when the customer needs to avoid overproduction
Lean Principle 3: PullGOAL: Produce when the customer needs to avoid overproduction   Customer defines the prioritized ba...
Lean Principle 4: Zero DefectGOAL: Fix issues in Products and Processes Immediately  System availability           System ...
Stop the Line in case of Issues: ANDON If the takt delivery is affected/endangered all development activities   are STOPP...
Solve the Root Cause: 5 WhysThe machine stopped                            Why?           It overloaded and the           ...
The Guide for the Journey towards Perfection: Kaizen                 Continuous improvements                       in smal...
The anatomy of Waste              Space/ surface areaInventory                            Transport                       ...
Eliminating waste versus Increased workloadIncreased workload = Compressing the value adding process      Added           ...
Continuous Improvement Process                      Company                      Level CIP                       SVP area ...
Scrum and Lean – The Winning PairLean provides the principles and mindset on the  overall process from define to deliveryS...
Further Read
Questions Please…    www.agiletour.com
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  1. 1. Scrum and Lean:Multiply the Powers Om Band
  2. 2. Credit: Good Agile
  3. 3. What is Lean?– Waste ₊ Value– Cost ₊ Quality– Inventory ₊ Employee Knowledge– Defects ₊ Employee Empowerment– Supplies ₊ Organizational Agility– Cycle times ₊ Capability– Bureaucracy ₊ Productivity– Mess ₊ Satisfied Customers ₊ Long-term Success www.agiletour.org
  4. 4. The Lean Thinking House 4
  5. 5. The 9 Lean Core Elements 5
  6. 6. Just in Time: The core of Lean The “Just-in-time”- Production System Zero- Flow Takt Pull Defects principle principle principle principle 1 2 3 4Realization of Archive rhythm by Produce when the Develop zeroproduction flow by leveling the work customer needs to tolerance towardsprocess coupling contents. avoid defectsand realignment overproduction 6 Source: SAP
  7. 7. Lean Principle 1: Flow GOAL: Improve Throughput time by reducing Work In Progress (WIP) InventoryBatch Single-Piece FlowProcessing Processing  Don‘t start building all features simultanelusly in isolation and then integrate  Instead cut the software features in small implementable and usable features – Build, Integrate, Test, Document completely
  8. 8. Pre and Final JIT Assembly Lines: Fishbone Takt 1 Takt 3 Takt 4 Debugging in Rules Takt 2
  9. 9. Lean Principle 2: TaktGoal: Achieve consistent rhythm by leveling the work contents to eliminate overproduction and waiting! Pick what you can fully finish! Shorter release cycles Staff the teams rightly (Cross Functional Team of 10 members) Align the takts in all related groups
  10. 10. Lean Principle 3: PullGOAL: Produce when the customer needs to avoid overproduction
  11. 11. Lean Principle 3: PullGOAL: Produce when the customer needs to avoid overproduction  Customer defines the prioritized backlog/feature set  Top priority items are pulled by the development teams  Customer consumes the software and give feedback
  12. 12. Lean Principle 4: Zero DefectGOAL: Fix issues in Products and Processes Immediately System availability System availability Process Stability 80% 80% 4 = 41%80% 80% 80% 80% GOAL 80 % 80%80% 80% 100% 100% OK parts availability Batch Processing Single-Piece Flow Processing
  13. 13. Stop the Line in case of Issues: ANDON If the takt delivery is affected/endangered all development activities are STOPPED for the affected projects. STOP for Dev Projects means, “no new feature development, instead everybody works on corrections in Integration Codeline” STOPPED projects do “root cause deep dive” to prevent future faults
  14. 14. Solve the Root Cause: 5 WhysThe machine stopped Why? It overloaded and the fuse blew Why? The spindle drive isn’t properly lubricated Why? The oil pump isn’t running properly Why? The oil pump shaft bearings are worn out Why? Dirt has gotten into the Take preventive measures to fix the root cause oil pump
  15. 15. The Guide for the Journey towards Perfection: Kaizen Continuous improvements in small steps Improvement Time Improvement Standard WedgeKaizen = Continuous Improvement www.agiletour.com Time
  16. 16. The anatomy of Waste Space/ surface areaInventory Transport Overprocessing Overproduction Movement Waiting Code to Transport Time time stock Overproduction Rework / Defects Task Waiting In Automobile Switching time Defects In Software
  17. 17. Eliminating waste versus Increased workloadIncreased workload = Compressing the value adding process Added A A value A A Waste W WImprovement = Replacing waste with value adding tasks Added A A value Waste W W W A
  18. 18. Continuous Improvement Process Company Level CIP SVP area level CIP Program level CIP Scrum Retrospective
  19. 19. Scrum and Lean – The Winning PairLean provides the principles and mindset on the overall process from define to deliveryScrum provides great framework and methodology of project executionBoth methodologies offer great models and tools to focus on critical aspects
  20. 20. Further Read
  21. 21. Questions Please… www.agiletour.com

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