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A Startup Journey: Transitioning from Ad-hoc to Agile to Kanban

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  • 1. Siddharta Govindaraj [email_address] Twitter @silvercatalyst http://ToolsForAgile.com A Startup Journey Evolving from ad-hoc to agile to kanban
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  • 3. 1. Ad-hoc to Agile
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  • 6. Extreme Programming Extreme Programming Scrum Feature Driven Development Crystal Clear
  • 7. What went well?
  • 8. Delivered Software Incrementally
  • 9. Good Cultural Fit
  • 10. Mistakes
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  • 16. 1. Agile to Kanban
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  • 18. What went well?
  • 19. Delivered Software Incrementally
  • 20. But then...
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  • 22. Decoupling Releases whats the cost of delay? whats the transaction cost?
  • 23. Getting Rid Of Iterations
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  • 31. Agile + Kanban
  • 32. Agile + Kanban Self Organisation Empowered Teams Engineering Practices
  • 33. Agile + Kanban Flow, Limit WIP, Pull Policy, Prioritization, Risk Look At The Whole Picture
  • 34. Siddharta Govindaraj [email_address] Twitter @silvercatalyst http://ToolsForAgile.com

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