Amplify Your Agility

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How do you take Agility to the next level? How do you go beyond looking at internal measures of success and seek to make your users and buyers Agile? Lean what is means to Amplify Your Agility.

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  • Amplify Your Agility

    1. 1. Joshua Kerievsky Founder, CEOjoshua@industriallogic.com Twitter: @JoshuaKerievsky
    2. 2. 1. expand (using detail orcloser analysis)
    3. 3. 1. expand (using detail orcloser analysis)2a. intensify
    4. 4. 1. expand (using detail orcloser analysis)2a. intensify b. make louder
    5. 5. Agile (M-W.com)
    6. 6. Agile (M-W.com)•marked by ready ability tomove with quick easygrace.•having a quick resourcefuland adaptable character.
    7. 7. Amplify YourAgility?
    8. 8. “Successful Agile Development Begins with the Individual.”-Ashley Johnson
    9. 9. Product Community Management Customers Executives & Board Members, Product and/or Project Manager, Product & Product Line Domain Experts , Analysts (market, Management, Sales & Marketing technical, etc.), Testers/QA, Management, Project & Functional End Users / Beta Sites, Management, QA Management Sales, Marketing & Service Support, Usability Experts, Technical Support, Educational Services Support Coaches, Software Services, Development Facilities, Human Resources, Legal, Auditors, Finance, Programmers, Technical writers, 3rd party vendors Database Designers & Administrators, Architects
    10. 10. Virginia Satir Change Model Image by Jurgen Appelo
    11. 11. When Is AUser Story Done?
    12. 12. Definition of Done:• Code is integrated• All automated tests pass• Functionality meets expectations of user story author(s)
    13. 13. Amplifying Done
    14. 14. Kathy Sierra
    15. 15. More Kathy Wisdom
    16. 16. Poweredby Service!
    17. 17. Poweredby Service!
    18. 18. Cost Actual of CoCChange(CoC) Release Optimal CoC 1 2 3 4 5 Years Model courtesy of Jim Highsmith
    19. 19. Cost Actual of CoCChange(CoC) Release Technical Debt Optimal CoC 1 2 3 4 5 Years Model courtesy of Jim Highsmith
    20. 20. Customer Responsiveness Cost Actual of CoCChange(CoC) Release Technical Debt Optimal CoC 1 2 3 4 5 Years Model courtesy of Jim Highsmith
    21. 21. 3gr > 25
    22. 22. 25 > 180
    23. 23. Copyright 2007, Industrial Logic, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
    24. 24. Organization Wide Transition? 21
    25. 25. 5.2 Release Plan (X Person Months) Suite Story (i.e. Sized Headline) Release Stories Platform Release (X Person Months) Scheduling Release (X Person Months) Product Stories Master Rotations Release Budgeting ReleasePlatform Stories Iteration Iteration Iteration Iteration Stories Engineering Tasks
    26. 26. AmplifyingIntegration
    27. 27. Doing The Impossible 50 Times A Day Tests running on 36 machines at IMVU
    28. 28. Amplifying Learning
    29. 29. Removing Risks
    30. 30. Copyright 2007, Industrial Logic, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
    31. 31. Testing on the Toilet
    32. 32. Copyright 2007, Industrial Logic, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
    33. 33. Retrospective At Scale
    34. 34. Copyright 2007, Industrial Logic, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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