Evolving From Scrum To Lean

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Evolving From Scrum To Lean

  1. 1. Evolving from Scrum to Lean Matt Wynne Rob Bowley
  2. 2. We Are... • Matt Wynne • Rob Bowley • Developer / Coach • Lead Developer at Songkick.com at BBC Worlwide • CSM • CSM
  3. 3. For Experts Only?
  4. 4. For Experts Only? • Mature Organisation: • It is possible to divide the work into small value-adding increments that can be independently scheduled.
  5. 5. For Experts Only? • Mature Organisation: • It is possible to divide the work into small value-adding increments that can be independently scheduled. • Mature Development Team: • It is possible to develop any value-adding increment in a continuous flow from requirement to deployment.
  6. 6. For Experts Only? • Mature Organisation: • It is possible to divide the work into small value-adding increments that can be independently scheduled. • Mature Development Team: • It is possible to develop any value-adding increment in a continuous flow from requirement to deployment. -- Corey Ladas (leansoftwareengineering.com)
  7. 7. Value Stream Mapping Initial Analysis Build Deploy Test & Fix Proposal Await Await Assemble Team Sign-off Deployment
  8. 8. Stop the Line
  9. 9. After-Effects
  10. 10. In Conclusion
  11. 11. In Conclusion • Smaller is better: Flow beats Batch
  12. 12. In Conclusion • Smaller is better: Flow beats Batch • Change takes time
  13. 13. In Conclusion • Smaller is better: Flow beats Batch • Change takes time • Lean is not a new Religion
  14. 14. In Conclusion • Smaller is better: Flow beats Batch • Change takes time • Lean is not a new Religion • Inspect and Adapt is the key
  15. 15. References • http://leansoftwareengineering.com/ • http://availagility.wordpress.com/ • http://blog.mattwynne.net • matt@mattwynne.net • http://blog.robbowley.net • rob.bowley@gmail.com

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