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Presented to PMI South West Meeting in May 2012.

Presented to PMI South West Meeting in May 2012.

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  • v.t/ibecome more agile adj. www.agilify.co.uk © Agilify Ltd.2012
  • 15 PDUs15 PDUs www.agilify.co.uk © Agilify Ltd.2012
  • © Agilify Ltd.2012
  • Who is this guy anyway? • BT (8 years) • Nokia (1 year) • Agilify (5 years) • Certified Scrum Trainer(2006) • Certified Scrum Coach (2011) PaulKGoddard blog: agilify.co.uk/scrum-master- diary © Agilify Ltd.2012
  • ScrumeXtremeProgramming User(XP) Lean AGILE Stories Crystal Clear DSDM Kanban www.agilify.co.uk © Agilify Ltd.2012
  • Fast Lines © Agilify Ltd.2012
  • The Daily Scrum(or Daily Stand-up) www.agilify.co.uk © Agilify Ltd.2012
  • Exercise – Ball Point Game• Rules – Each ball must touch everyone as it passes through the system – Each ball must have “air-time” between each person – Each ball must exit the system at the same point of entry – Ball cannot be passed directly to your neighbour – Each ball that hits the floor will incur a one-point penalty from the total score – The team is responsible for keeping score www.agilify.co.uk © Agilify Ltd.2012
  • Ball Point Game Results Estimate Actual Penalty TotalRound 1 100 0 -3 -3Round 2 0 6 0 6Round 3 50 12 -8 4Round 4 10 1 -5 -4Round 5 40 47 -7 40Round 6 60 76 -4 72Round 7 100 98 -3 95Round 8 129 129 -3 126 © Agilify Ltd.2012
  • Discussion (10 mins)• Form small groups (3-4 people)• Discuss these questions: – What did you learn from this exercise? – What were the benefits/drawbacks of the agile approach to this exercise? – What would be the benefits/drawbacks of a waterfall approach this exercise?• Identify an “agile first step” for other teams to take as a result of tonight’s session www.agilify.co.uk © Agilify Ltd.2012
  • Thank You! www.agilify.co.uk © Agilify Ltd.2012