Change is not an event, its a process and mentality (Jimmy Janlén, Crisp)
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Ett mini-seminarie om att initiera och driva förbättringar i både det lilla och det stora. Hur initierar man ett förbättringsarbete. Hur lyckas man? Hur synliggör man resultatet? Hur gör man ...

Ett mini-seminarie om att initiera och driva förbättringar i både det lilla och det stora. Hur initierar man ett förbättringsarbete. Hur lyckas man? Hur synliggör man resultatet? Hur gör man förändringen beständig? Om Agile och Kanban som ett förändringsverktyg. Om Kaizen. Om ryttaren och elefanten. Om att våga sätta djärva mål men också om att våga misslyckas ofta och tidigt. Exempel och historier från verkligheten och konsultlivet.

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Change is not an event, its a process and mentality (Jimmy Janlén, Crisp) Change is not an event, its a process and mentality (Jimmy Janlén, Crisp) Presentation Transcript

  • 2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 1
  • Soarian® 600+ people, 35 teams,Jimmy Janlén 5 countries• Agile/Lean Coach• Scrum Master• Agile Testing• Courses• Seminars 2
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  • Change isnot an single event, it’s a process and a mentality2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 5
  • Kaizen ≈ Continuous Improvement2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 9
  • Kaizen ≈ Improve for improvements’ sake, endlessly.2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 10
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  • The Red Queen Effect2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 12
  • “The Red Queen Effect” “In the future standing still Scott Bedbury will be lethal to any brand.” Global Branding Expert (Nikes "Just Do It”)2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 13
  • “The Red Queen Effect” “If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that!"2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 14
  • Kaizen ≈ Improve for improvements’ sake, endlessly.2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 15
  • Challenge Status Quo2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 17
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  • Challenge Status Quo2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 24
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  • Challenge Status Quo2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 29
  • Challenge Status Quo2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 31
  • Challenge Status Quo “I don’t know… That’s how things are done around here.” “That won’t work, we’ve already tried it.”2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 32
  • Challenge Assumptions2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 33
  • Challenge Assumptions “We are not allowed to do pair programming.” ReallY?2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 34
  • Challenge Assumptions“We can release a new featurewithin two days!” ”test 2 days? How do you dare to release code that often of unknown quality?”2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 35
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  • Where to begin?2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 37
  • Pain Boring tasks Delays Bottlenecks Waste Frustration2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 38
  • #1 - Never be to busy for improvements…2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 39
  • Make sure to KISS2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 40
  • Don’t ask for permission… Trust your feelings luke!2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 41
  • Don’t ask for permission…AutomatedTalkingScrum Wall2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 42
  • also… The bigger the immediate proposed change - the stronger the resistance.2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 43
  • let the PAIN guide you2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 44
  • Let the pain guide you Soarian® Hmmm…Setup dev. env. Gerilla scripts and- 5 days (novice) automation- 2 days (expert) 4 hours 2012-08-31 Jimmy Janlén 2012 45
  • Let the pain guide you Soarian®Setup dev. env. Gerilla scripts and Did calculations Spent 1 month Setup dev. env.- 5 days (novice) automation and presented optimizing, - 30 minutes- 2 days (expert) 4 hours for head of IT… re-factoring, automation, + Continuous Teams x Hours scripts, Integration Cost configurable in 5 minutes with XML (with automatic deploy) 2012-08-31 Jimmy Janlén 2012 46
  • Try visualization to reveal the Truth2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 47
  • Why isn’t this on the Is this ready System test for system environment testing? already? I don’t knowThe acceptance What to dotesters wants today… higher quality delivered… Why aren’t we making progress ON System Testing?2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 49
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  • Fail!2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 52
  • Fail Early. Fail Fast. Fail Often.2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 53
  • Don’t be afraid to experiment2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 54
  • Adam Killander Blixttal: Krydda din demo med rollspel Problem: Too few stakeholders bothered to go to the sprint demo.Theory: The demos are boring Experiment: Making the Demos more fun “Drama Driven Demo” 2012-08-31 Jimmy Janlén 2012 55
  • Don’t panic if you don’t seeimmediate improvements2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 56
  • The Improvement Curve2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 57
  • The Improvement Curve2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 58
  • The Improvement Curve2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 60
  • The Rider and the Elephant2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 61
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  • “The Elephant” “The Rider”- Emotional - Rational- Instinctive - The Planner- The Doer - Thinker- Short term - Long-term Powerful together, but if the rider has to control and master the elephant, the elephant eventually always wins… 1) Direct the rider 2) Motivate the elephant 3) Shape the path2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 63
  • Set clear Motivating Goals2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 64
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  • Long Test phase 25 people. 3 teams. 1 product. “Poor respect/care for quality” Huge defect-list legacy (avg. age ~ 100 days) Long time between releases (~2/year) Delays opened up for Scoop creep… 66
  • 00 0 02012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 67
  • Strategy?Release every Rotating Joint Testing Bug alarmSprint! Responsibility Result? “Higher respect/care for quality” Less Defect-legacy (avg. age 30 days) More frequent releases (4-6/year)Jimmy Janlén 2012 68
  • Joint testing - Release race: During two days, all three teamshelped out with testing, packaging, defects, documentation, etc.All work tasks were put up and then they were up for grabs.2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 69
  • ?2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 71
  • Revolution through Evolution with Scrum Kanban2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 72
  • Making changes Stick2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 73
  • Change don’t spread through Wikis nor through Lessons-Learned-Reports Lessons Learned2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 74
  • Change is like a virus, spreading through people2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 75
  • The Adoption Curve/LifecycleFind your allies! How do you reach the early majority Who are theY? How do you transfer it How can the INto a virus?2012-08-31 leaders help?Jimmy Janlén 2012 82
  • Daily Kaizen2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 83
  • Daily Kaizen2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 84
  • So...2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 85
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  • Thank You!2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 88
  • Jimmy Janlén @ Online Blogg: Den Scrummande Konsulten Crisp http://jimmyjanlen.wordpress.com http://www.crisp.se/konsulter/jimmy-janlen Twitter: JimmyJanlen http://twitter.com/#!/jimmyjanlen LinkedIn: JimmyJanlen http://se.linkedin.com/in/jimmyjanlen Email: jimmy.janlen@gmail.com YouTube: JimmyJanlen http://www.youtube.com/user/JimmyJanlen2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 89
  • Recommended reading…2012-08-31Jimmy Janlén 2012 90