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This presentation introduces the need to shift the old, industrial paradigm of the software industry to the new, creative paradigm introduced by Agile. Scrum is represented as a good way to get grip ...

This presentation introduces the need to shift the old, industrial paradigm of the software industry to the new, creative paradigm introduced by Agile. Scrum is represented as a good way to get grip on the new paradigm.
This version is aligned with "Emergence of the Customer-Oriented Enterprise" but closes with an indication of new opportunities for project managers, as this was presented to the Belgian chapter of the PMI.

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    To shift or not to shift (the paradigm of the software industry) To shift or not to shift (the paradigm of the software industry) Presentation Transcript

    • To shift or not to shift(the software industry paradigm)   Gunther  Verheyen   Global  Scrum  Leader  Capgemini   May  2012  
    • Hello world… Liberated markets The age of twitterMarket pressure A global economy The consumerization of IT Fast media coverage Competing opinions Distributed skills Legislations and regulations Stakeholder impatience Unstable stakeholders Dispersed decision taking Technical integration “Have you got an app for that?” Collaborative competition Strategy revisions“Is there an update for that?” Shrinking lead times The must of mobile
    • This volcano of uncontrollable disruptions creates aBURNING PLATFORM. All the time.You can deny it, but you cannot escape it. YourICEBERG is melting.
    • You seek, but don’t find control. You can’t manage itall. You become a FIREFIGHTER. All the time.Because every eruption, every unforeseen event is aCRISIS. And is treated that way.
    • The firefighter act isnt helping. It takes all yourtime and you still lag behind. All the time.Did you miss the train to EXTREMISTAN?Do you still hang on to the ancient control models?
    • Why hang on to the old industrialparadigm of the software industry?Where superior staff designs and plans executabletasks for workers overlooked by hierarchicalsupervisors. Where QA is always done… too late.
    • The significant anomalies of the oldparadigm did give rise to a new one.The AGILE paradigm thrives on competingideas. Ambiguity and complexity are resolved bypeople and creativity. Encourage  Change  
    • SCRUM became the leadingAgile framework.With Scrum we sense, probe and adapt. At all levels.We set objectives, explore options and take actions.
    • The distinct rules of Scrum helpto absorb the new paradigm.The HOUSE OF SCRUM protects from rigid behavior.To build better software. Faster. In 30 days, or less.
    • Scrum opens up a world of new opportunities:•  Servant-leadership è Scrum Master.•  Budget / Ordering è Product Owner.•  Technical tasks & Quality è Development Team.
    • Thank you   Gunther  Verheyen     •  eXtreme  Programming  and  Scrum  since  2003   •  Capgemini  since  2010   •  Financial  Services  Netherlands-­‐Belgium   •  Global  Leader  for  Agile/Scrum   •  Contributor  to  Capgemini  Technology  Blog   •  Scrum.org  since  2009   •  Professional  Scrum  Master  level  II   •  Professional  Scrum  Product  Owner  level  II   •  Professional  Scrum  Trainer  PSF,  PSM,  PSPO     Mail  gunther.verheyen@capgemini.com     Twier  @Ullizee   Blog  hRp://ullizee.wordpress.com