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Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team
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Kanban: going Lean/Agile for your IT dev. & support team

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Agile Mëtteg - 22 September 2011. …

Agile Mëtteg - 22 September 2011.
In Luxembourg we see many IT teams that are struggling to respond to new business requests while supporting existing systems. Without a proper management framework and clearly defined objectives, this can lead to misunderstanding between business and IT, and eventually disappointment and distrust.
In the past few years a new approach has emerged within the Lean/Agile community: Kanban for software development. This method differentiates from most other Agile approaches as it is not iterative but based on a continuous flow managed with a pull system.
During this session you will discover the Kanban Method and how to implement it for empowering your team for managing both software development projects and support activities, achieving better results and rebuilding trust with your business stakeholders.

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  • Story of Robby (IT guy, responsible for a dev/support team) whose attention has been caught by Agile in particular for rebuilding trust with its business stakeholders.
  • He considers Scrum and Kanban
  • In Scrum we use iterations (timebox and fixed scope)…
  • …but what if work is so unpredictable that it cannot be possible to freeze scope of work for 2 weeks (which is typical for dev/support teams)?
  • In Kanban we focus on the flow and limit WIP in the system at every moment in time
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    • 1. KANBAN: GOING LEAN/AGILE FOR YOUR IT DEVELOPMENT & SUPPORT TEAM
      Agile Mëtteg – September 22nd, 2011
    • 2. PRESENTATIONS
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    • 3. PROFILE
      Created in 2004
      Independent Software Development Company
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      22 September 2011
    • 4. FIGURES
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      2,5M€ in 2010
      32 in 2011
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    • 5. OUR SERVICES
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      MgtTeamServices
      Dedicated for IT, Business and Operational organizations
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      Software
      Development
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      Development offast & flexible solutions business value oriented
      enabling productivity
      maximizing ROI
       
      Training and Consulting helping
      understanding and applying Agility
      making available easy and powerful tools for follow-up of relevant KPI
      adopting and deploying Simple & pragmatic methods for achievements of project objectives
      Agility
      Agility
      OpsTeamServices
      Dev Team Services
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      2
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      Agility
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      Based on values and principles of Agility
    • 6. OUR MEANS
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      Overall seniority
      80% > 4 years
      56% > 8 years
      31% > 12 years
      Long term collaboration
      100% trust us
      after a first mission
      Authorized Training Centerin Luxembourg
      Agility
      We partner with IT and agile actors when relevant
    • 7. OUR MAIN CUSTOMERS
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    • 8. SPEAKERS
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    • 9. PARTICIPANTS
      ABOUT YOU…
      Who are you?
      What is your role?
      What do you know about agility?
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    • 10. Robby is an IT manager, responsible for a development / support team
      He just took a new position and feels that trust needs to be rebuilt with the business stakeholders
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    • 11. 22 September 2011
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    • 12. He has heard about Agile methods like Scrum and Kanban
      But he wonders which approach would fit best to his particular context
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    • 14. AGILE COMMONALITIES
      Limit work in progress to capacity
      Deliver often (reduce time-to-market)
      Build quality in
      Continuously improve
      Visual management
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    • 16. 22 September 2011
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    • 17. 22 September 2011
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    • 18. 22 September 2011
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    • 19. 22 September 2011
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    • 20. SCRUM or KANBAN?
      In Scrum we use iterations
      Timeboxed
      Fixed scope

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    • 21. SCRUM
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    • 22. SCRUM or KANBAN?
      …But what if work is so unpredictable that it cannot be possible to freeze scope of work for 2 weeks (which is typical for dev/support teams)?
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    • 23. 22 September 2011
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    • 24. KANBAN
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      Source: Kanban and Scrum making the most of both – Henri Kniberg & Mathias Skarin
    • 25. LET’S PLAY IT!
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    • 26.
    • 27. KANBAN ESSENTIALS
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    • 28. KEY CONCEPTS
      Lean Pull Scheduling Systems
      Value Stream Mapping & Process Policies
      Input Cadence
      On-demand prioritization and predictable lead time
      WIP Limits
      Negotiated, 1 to 3 items per person / pair
      SLA and Predictability
      Classes of service
      Reporting & Metrics
      Lead time, due date performance, CFD
      Improvements
      Bottlenecks, waste elimination, reduction of variability
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    • 29. Wrap-up
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    • 30. Source: KANBAN, Successful Evolutionary Change For Your Technology Business – David J. Anderson
    • 31. BENEFITS
      Incremental Change
      Better Quality
      Higher Productivity
      Reduced Lead Time
      Improved Predictability
      Trust
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    • 32. RESSOURCES
      Agile Partner: www.agilepartner.net
      &http://blog.agilepartner.net
      Agile Interest Group LU: www.aiglu.org
      http://agilemanagement.net
      http://www.limitedwipsociety.org/
      http://www.leankanban2011.be
      http://www.crisp.se/henrik.kniberg/Lean-from-the-trenches.pdf
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    • 33. NEXT TRAININGS & EVENTS
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      Agile Mëtteg - Next free lunch seminar
      20 October 2011: (TBD)
      http://www.agilepartner.net/category/free-seminars/
      Complete calendar on: http://www.agilepartner.net/category/training-calendar/
    • 34. CONTACTS
      Thank You
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