A Startup Journey: Ad-hoc to Agile to Kanban

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A Startup Journey: Ad-hoc to Agile to Kanban

  1. 1. A Startup Journey Evolving from ad-hoc to agile to kanban Siddharta Govindaraj siddharta@silverstripesoftware.com
  2. 2. 1. Ad-hoc to Agile
  3. 3. Extreme Programming Feature Driven Development Scrum Crystal Clear
  4. 4. What went well?
  5. 5. Delivered Software Incrementally
  6. 6. Good Cultural Fit
  7. 7. Mistakes
  8. 8. Not Enough Feedback
  9. 9. Not Looking End To End
  10. 10. Not Talking To The End User (The person who pays is not the end user!)
  11. 11. Not Limiting Work In Progress
  12. 12. Too Many Projects!!
  13. 13. Not Enough Feedback Not Looking End To End Not Talking To The End User Not Limiting Work In Progress Too Many Projects!!
  14. 14. 1. Agile to Kanban
  15. 15. Sprint Planning Was Broken
  16. 16. Velocity Was Meaningless For Us (What is it anyway?)
  17. 17. Getting Rid Of Iterations
  18. 18. Decoupling Releases (and other events)
  19. 19. Setting WIP Limits (enabler to pull & stop-the-line)
  20. 20. Lead & Cycle Time
  21. 21. Cross-Pairing
  22. 22. Team Centric Model
  23. 23. 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
  24. 24. Agile + Kanban
  25. 25. Agile + Kanban Self Organisation Empowered Teams Engineering Practices
  26. 26. Agile + Kanban Flow, Limit WIP, Pull Eliminate Wasteful Activities Look At The Whole Picture
  27. 27. Questions? Siddharta Govindaraj siddharta@silverstripesoftware.com
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