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Paradigmenwechsel im Projektmanagement auf dem Weg zur Lean Enterprise


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Traian Kaiser, Director Agile Project Management & PMO XING AG, auf den Scrum Days im September 2011

Traian Kaiser, Director Agile Project Management & PMO XING AG, auf den Scrum Days im September 2011

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  • 1. Paradigmenwechsel im Projektmanagement auf dem Wege zur Lean EnterpriseTraian Kaiser, Scrum Days, September 2011 2
  • 2. Traian KaiserDirector Agile Project Management & PMO (XING AG) 13 Jahre Internet-Business Firmen: IBM, Yahoo, XING, u.a. Betriebswirt (BA), Agilist, People Manager
  • 3. ~140 Mitarbeiter in der Produktentwicklung50Releases im Jahr
  • 4. SCRUM Meist Produktentwicklung KANBANMeist Betriebs- und Service-Teams
  • 5. Paradigmenim Projektmanagement 7
  • 6. Das magischeProjektmanagement-Dreieck ist die Grundlage eines Projekts 8
  • 7. Dreh- und Angelpunkteines Projekts ist derProjektmanager 9
  • 8. Gute Modelle / Prozesse (und PjM die sie beherrschen) sichern den Projekterfolg 10
  • 9. Paradigmenwechsel 11
  • 10. Ein Paradigmenwechsel findet statt…… wenn sich das Verständnis einer Gruppeüber eine angenommene Realität durchradikale neue Indizien grundlegendverändert. 12
  • 11. Paradigm shift happens in 6 steps
  • 12. Trotz erfahrener Projektmanagerund ausgefeilten Methodenscheitern zu viele Projekteteilweise oder vollständig. 14
  • 13. Paradigm shift happens in 6 steps
  • 14. Jeff Sutherland Ken Schwaber Jim Highsmith Jim Highsmith Kent Beck Pioniere im Bereich Agile & Lean…David Anderson Mary Poppendieck Mike Cohn Alistair Cockburn 16
  • 15. … und Ihre Ideen. 17
  • 16. Paradigm shift happens in 6 steps
  • 17. Gemeinsam mit Kunden und Nutzern „erkundete Anforderungen“ sind Teil des Projekts (und nicht des Vertrags). 19
  • 18. Änderungen während der Umsetzung sind normal und willkommen. 20
  • 19. Das Team arbeitet ständig zusammen, tauscht Erfahrungen aus und optimiert fortlaufend Ergebnisse und Effizienz. 21
  • 20. Weniger Regeln = mehr Alternativen (und Denken) IPMA: >100 Artefakte, 40 Kapitel, 2500 S. Scrum: 9 Artefakte, Kanban: 3 Artefakte
  • 21. Paradigm shift happens in 6 steps
  • 22. Continuous IntegrationEstimation Game Lead Time XING – Powering Relationships 24
  • 23. Paradigm shift happens in 6 steps
  • 24. 26
  • 25. Paradigm shift happens in 6 steps
  • 26. Welche Paradigmen sich ändern 29
  • 27. Verhandlungen & Verträge vs. Zusammenarbeit und Vertrauen“The result of long-term relationships is better andbetter quality, and lower and lower costs.” William E. Deming, Economic Scientist
  • 28. Anforderungen vs. Wertschöpfung. Traditionelles Agiles Agiles Magisches Dreieck Magisches Dreieck Dreieck (Relasebares Produkt) Umfang Kosten Zeitplan NutzenKosten Zeitplan Umfang Qualität Rahmen- (Zuverlässiges, verwendbares bedingungen (Anforderungen, Produkt) Kosten, Zeitplan) Jim Highsmith in „The Evolution to an Agile Triangle“
  • 29. Geführte vs. selbstorganisierte Teams"There are no longer any great jobs where someoneelse tells you precisely what to do." Seth Godin in “Linchpin”
  • 30. Prozesse & Tools dienen der Risikominimierung vs. Prozessen & Tools dienen dem Projekt“If process standards are rules telling people whatto do, improvement will be suppressed. If they are abaseline that workers are expected to improve,people will discover better ways to do their work…” Mary & Tom Poppendieck, in Leading Lean Software Development
  • 31. Fokus auf Fachabteilungen vs. Fokus auf Wertschöpfungsketten“Break down barriers between departments.People in research, design, sales, and productionmust work as a team, to foresee problems ofproduction and in use that may be encountered withthe product or service.” William E. Deming, Economic Scientist
  • 32. Verantwortlicher Projektmanager vs. Abgrenzung der Verantwortung zum Team und in der Fachlichkeit.“Take it to the team” Lyssa Adkins, Agile Coach
  • 33. Aussichten 36
  • 34. “To change altitude, you have to dropballast.In life, ballast are our certainties,paradigms, and dogmas that hinder usto solve new challenges“ Bertrand Picard Solar Impulse
  • 35. “Complex systems are complex becauseof the many relationships, both knownand unknown, that make the systemsunpredictable“ Jurgen Appelo Management 3.0
  • 36. XING sucht neue Kollegen !!! Agile Projektmanager Quality Manager Product Owner Interaction Designer Frontend Entwickler Ruby & Perl Entwickler ...
  • 37. Vielen Dank Fragen? ... noch Fragen? Traian Kaiser Director Agile Project Management & PMO XING-Profil: in Lean Software Development? Besuchen Sie unsere XING-Gruppe: Das professionelle Netzwerk www.xing.comXING – Powering Relationships 40
  • 38. Creative Commons Picture Credits • Page 2: „Change Priorities“ ( from Christine • Page 9: „Triangle…“ ( from ChernobylBob • Page 11: „229E0079_RT8“ ( from d. jones photo • Page 21: „Google Space Plan 2010“ ( from jurvetson • Page 25: „Pretty Pink in my Wandrobe“ ( from Tony3 • Page 33: „Old Tools“ ( from SvadilfariXING – Powering Relationships 41
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