Agile mind set - scrum gathering india pune 2013

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  • 1. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks The Agile Mind Set – The Key For Lasting Agile Implementations Scrum Gathering® India Regional 2013 Dr. Ronen Bar-Nahor (ronen@agilesparks.com) Senior Lead Coach AgileSparks
  • 2. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Who are we? • We help companies improve by Adopting lean and agile principles and practices • We provide training and coaching to all organizational levels, from high management to developers • Our team consists of Agile professionals with diverse expertise • Successfully completed hundreds of projects • www.agilesparks.com
  • 3. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks If everybody is doing Agile, maybe nobody is doing Agile ?
  • 4. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Guiding values of Agile Declaration of Interdependence (DOI) • Written in 2005 as an adjunct to the Agile Manifesto Business DeliveryProcess • Customer collaboration • Flow of value • Context specific strategy • Constant adaption • Individuals who make different • Group accountability
  • 5. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Guiding values of Agile Declaration of Interdependence We increase return on investment by making continuous flow of value our focus.
  • 6. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Flow Of Value Small batches/stories Done is Done (e.g. Zero defects) Progress based on “Done stories” Over Progress based on tasks, Stabilization & packaging period
  • 7. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Flow Of Value Stop starting start finishing, Swarming Pull mode, Just In Time (Kanban) Over Everything is important  we must start (push) Context switch  Waste Hardening R D C T Time R D C T R D C T R D C T R D C T R D C T DONE Coding Done Feature Freeze
  • 8. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Flow Of Value Optimize the whole Focus on bottlenecks Over Full utilization, Local optimization Inspired by henrik kniberg
  • 9. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Flow Of Value Constantly working system Stop & fix Over Late check-in, Pure automation, “Integration hell”  Surprises, Late value Inspired by henrik kniberg
  • 10. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Guiding values of Agile Declaration of Interdependence We deliver reliable results by engaging customers in frequent interactions and shared ownership.
  • 11. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Customer Collaboration Product Owner partnership Early feedback, Endorse changes Over “You do not meet your commitments”, “You can’t change the requirements”, Following the plan
  • 12. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks All collaborate on the “why” Minimal Marketable Features (MMF) 1-2 sprints ahead (team sniffing) Over Implementation driven (focus on the “how”) Technical stories Team lead as a PO Customer Collaboration
  • 13. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Guiding values of Agile Declaration of Interdependence We expect uncertainty and manage for it through iterations, anticipation, and adaptation.
  • 14. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Manage Uncertainty Requirements Postpone decisions to the last responsible moment Risk driven – validate assumptions Over Comprehensive documentation Too detailed backlog
  • 15. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Manage Uncertainty Plan Fast estimations (relative story sizing) Provide forecasting Predictability based on velocity Over Waste time on “accurate” estimation Focus on meeting “commitments” Detailed execution plans Worst Average 10*30sp 10*40sp
  • 16. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Manage Uncertainty Technology HL architecture Spike Re-factor /”clean code” Continuous Integration Over No “big picture”/system view Fear of making a code change Late check-in (sprint, story)
  • 17. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks We unleash creativity and innovation by recognizing that individuals are the ultimate source of value, and creating an environment where they can make a difference. Guiding values of Agile/Flow Declaration of Interdependence
  • 18. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Respect People Motivate people by providing Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose (AMP) Sustainable pace Over Command & control Scrum as a tool to increase “productivity” Forced estimates
  • 19. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Respect People Tolerance for errors encourage experiments Over “Cover your behind” culture
  • 20. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Guiding values of Agile Declaration of Interdependence We boost performance through group accountability for results and shared responsibility for team effectiveness.
  • 21. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Agile Team Team owns the process Team owns the way they work (self-organized ) Over Top-down implementation Processes & tools over people & communication Team Lead is the master of the solution
  • 22. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Agile Team Cross functional Shared code ownership Leveraging knowledge Over Specialization silos, Component teams Territory defense/Job security GUI Client Server DB
  • 23. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Agile Team “QA is dead – long live the new QA” Approve we're building the right thing, “Whole team approach” Executable spec., ATDD Over Validating that the software works as specified Comprehensive test documentation “Bug hunters”, last defender of quality Defensive organizational boundaries
  • 24. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks We improve effectiveness and reliability through situationally specific strategies, processes and practices. Guiding values of Agile Declaration of Interdependence
  • 25. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Continuous Improvement Managers focus on the “way we operate” Over Managers focus mainly on end results
  • 26. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks Continuous Improvement Retrospectives in all levels, Managing improvement initiatives and technical debt Over Retrospective just at team level, Recommendations without actions
  • 27. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks The Improvement Journey • Agile is not a silver bullet, it surfaces pains • Agile is a mindset with a toolbox not a goal • Agile is a continuous improvement framework – inspect and adapt
  • 28. All Rights Reserved - AgileSparks THANKS !