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Agile into Finance 2014-02
Agile into Finance 2014-02
Agile into Finance 2014-02
Agile into Finance 2014-02
Agile into Finance 2014-02
Agile into Finance 2014-02
Agile into Finance 2014-02
Agile into Finance 2014-02
Agile into Finance 2014-02
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Agile into Finance 2014-02

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Nana Abban and Martin Hinshelwood discuss the issues of the CIO and how we can use Evidence-based Management to solve them. Find out about the new Agility Index measures and Scrum.org's implementation …

Nana Abban and Martin Hinshelwood discuss the issues of the CIO and how we can use Evidence-based Management to solve them. Find out about the new Agility Index measures and Scrum.org's implementation of Evidence-based Management, Agility Path, in a worlewind 20 minute presentation.

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  • They worry about their ability to respond to change with the goal to maximize the organizations market success.
  • There are few metrics that follow the evidence-based approaches described in “The Leaders Guide to Radical Management by Steven Denning” but one such emerging dataset is, the Agility Index from Scrum.org. It looks at a number of areas…
    +Net promoter score
  • Try something that is hot in the market; or,
    Use evidence based management:
    Observe and analyze how work is done now;
    Assess and analyze the capability of the people doing the work;
    Identify the most likely improvement to add value.
    Does not include marketing, sales, or new product ideas.
    This enables:=
    An enterprise’s ability to sense new opportunities, deliberately respond to challenges, and to do so while controlling risk.
    To be able to shift to alternate scenarios based on triggers.
  • Scrum.org have come up with the Agility Index
    The Agility Index summarizes progress towards organizational Agility. Agility Index as a blend of value and performance metrics that indicates how agility contributes to creating:
    Business Value
    Market Leadership
    Competitive Advantage
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    • 1. Agile into Finance Nana Abban | Akaditi Consultant | Engagement Manager | Scrum Master/Coach | Change Agent nanaabban@gmail.com The pursuit of Agility Martin Hinshelwood | naked ALM Consulting Consultant | Engagement Manager | Trainer | Coach martin@nakedalm.com | http://nakedalm.com/blog
    • 2. What keeps the CIOs awake at night? Mr Hinsh CIO Are we delighting our customers? Are we keeping up with the competition? Are we spending too much on maintenance? Are we able to take advantage of situation that present themselves? • Are we effectively using our resources? • • • • © 1993-2014 Scrum.org, All Rights Reserved 2
    • 3. Evidence-based Management metrics Revenue per Employee Release Frequency Product Cost Ratio Employee Satisfaction Release Stabilization Installed Version Index Customer Satisfaction Cycle Time Usage Index Innovation Rate Defects Business outcomes (Value) Time to Market (Lead time) 3 Ability to Innovate (Quality) © 1993-2014 Scrum.org, All Rights Reserved 3
    • 4. Direct Evidence Is Consolidated In One Indicator 4 © 1993-2014 Scrum.org, All Rights Reserved 4
    • 5. Relating Outcome To Value Creation Diagnose • Skills, Knowledge, Understanding  Product managers  Managers  Developers • Practices, Tools, Architectures, Standards Improv e Measure 5 © 1993-2014 Scrum.org, All Rights Reserved 5
    • 6. 1 Evidence of Capabilities MIN Evaluated through observation of practices © 1993-2014 Scrum.org, All Rights Reserved 6
    • 7. Evidence through Agility Index Snapshot • Measures an organizations value across 3 dimensions and aggregated into one number, the Agility Index • Weighted Index to track trends and ROI 7 © 1993-2014 Scrum.org, All Rights Reserved 7
    • 8. Measure Value with the Agility Index Snapshot • Measures operational product and software development capabilities reflecting strengths = Foundational Metrics “Tomorrow’s great application development and delivery leaders will be those who focus on delivering constant value and incremental improvement to their businesses.” Diego Lo Giudice, Forrester Research, September, 2013 • Relates them to the value created by the overall enterprise reflecting how that strength is used = Organizational Metrics • Metrics are aggregated into one number, the Agility Index © 1993-2014 Scrum.org, All Rights Reserved 8
    • 9. Adapting patterns while controlling risk with Guided Improvement • Delivers change in short cycles • Inspects evidence of change © 1993-2014 Scrum.org, All Rights Reserved 9
    • 10. Agility Path – an implementation of evidence-based management • Agility Path (n): A framework within which people can manage the complex organizational change required to increase enterprise agility while controlling risk and optimizing investment. © 1993-2014 Scrum.org, All Rights Reserved 10
    • 11. Agile into Finance Nana Abban | Akaditi Consultant | Engagement Manager | Scrum Master/Coach | Change Agent nanaabban@gmail.com Thanks Martin Hinshelwood | naked ALM Consulting Consultant | Engagement Manager | Trainer | Coach martin@nakedalm.com | http://nakedalm.com/blog

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