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    A Startup Journey: Ad-hoc to Agile to Kanban A Startup Journey: Ad-hoc to Agile to Kanban Presentation Transcript

    • A Startup Journey Evolving from ad-hoc to agile to kanban Siddharta Govindaraj siddharta@silverstripesoftware.com
    • 1. Ad-hoc to Agile
    • Extreme Programming Feature Driven Development Scrum Crystal Clear
    • What went well?
    • Delivered Software Incrementally
    • Good Cultural Fit
    • Mistakes
    • Not Enough Feedback
    • Not Looking End To End
    • Not Talking To The End User (The person who pays is not the end user!)
    • Not Limiting Work In Progress
    • Too Many Projects!!
    • Not Enough Feedback Not Looking End To End Not Talking To The End User Not Limiting Work In Progress Too Many Projects!!
    • 1. Agile to Kanban
    • Sprint Planning Was Broken
    • Velocity Was Meaningless For Us (What is it anyway?)
    • Getting Rid Of Iterations
    • Decoupling Releases (and other events)
    • Setting WIP Limits (enabler to pull & stop-the-line)
    • Lead & Cycle Time
    • Cross-Pairing
    • Team Centric Model
    • Sprint Planning Was Broken Velocity Was Meaningless For Us Getting Rid Of Iterations Decoupling Releases Setting WIP Limits Lead & Cycle Time Cross-Pairing Team Centric Model
    • Agile + Kanban
    • Agile + Kanban Self Organisation Empowered Teams Engineering Practices
    • Agile + Kanban Flow, Limit WIP, Pull Eliminate Wasteful Activities Look At The Whole Picture
    • Questions? Siddharta Govindaraj siddharta@silverstripesoftware.com