Amir Nasiri, MBA, MIS, PMP, CSMASQ Six Sigma Certified, Hyperion Certifiedhttp://www.linkedin.com/in/amirnasiri
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Agile• Agile Manifesto• Agile vs Waterfall• Agile vs PMBOKSpirit of SCRUM•   SCRUM Roles•   SCRUM Artifacts•   SCRUM Cerem...
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Qualities:•   Minimize risk•   short iterations•   Real-time communication (prefer face-to-face)•   no unnecessary documen...
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Scope definition, WBS creation, scope verificationoccur iteratively in AgileDuring Release Planning features are defined a...
 
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PMBOK does NOT prescribe waterfall method• PMBOK has been taken as a “must-have” and a framework has  been erected for sof...
Myth that Agile is unstructuredPMBOK strengths   Clear guidance on initiation and closure   Communication management and i...
Scrum Is an Innovative Approach toGetting Work Done• Scrum is an agile framework for completing complex projects. Scrum or...
Empiricism• Detailed up-front planning and defined processes are replaced by just-in-  time Inspect and Adapt cyclesSelf-O...
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Pigs• Product Owner   Owns the product and gives guidance on requirements (Voice of the   Customer)• ScrumMaster   Ensures...
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1. Get backlog in order!              6. Sprint!2. Estimate product backlog           7. Stand up and be counted3. Sprint ...
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Main Scrum discussion grouphttp://scrumalliance.googlegroups.comScrum Alliance home pagehttp://www.scrumalliance.orgAgilem...
You might find lots of articles and case studies at the Scrum resources web page at theScrum Alliances site.Artful Making:...
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Spiritof SCRUM

  1. 1. Amir Nasiri, MBA, MIS, PMP, CSMASQ Six Sigma Certified, Hyperion Certifiedhttp://www.linkedin.com/in/amirnasiri
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  3. 3. Agile• Agile Manifesto• Agile vs Waterfall• Agile vs PMBOKSpirit of SCRUM• SCRUM Roles• SCRUM Artifacts• SCRUM Ceremonies• How to apply SCRUM 3
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  8. 8. Qualities:• Minimize risk• short iterations• Real-time communication (prefer face-to-face)• no unnecessary documentation• Indicated for unpredictable / rapidly changing requirements 9
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  10. 10. Scope definition, WBS creation, scope verificationoccur iteratively in AgileDuring Release Planning features are defined at a high-level and placed in iterationsOnce iteration begins, features slated for that iterationare elaborated (Just-in-time elaboration ) 11
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  16. 16. PMBOK does NOT prescribe waterfall method• PMBOK has been taken as a “must-have” and a framework has been erected for software projects (“Waterfall”)PMBOK mentions progressive elaboration and rolling-wave planningKey difference is the emphasis in PMBOK on formaldocumentation 17
  17. 17. Myth that Agile is unstructuredPMBOK strengths Clear guidance on initiation and closure Communication management and integration management Cost Management Risk managementAgile strengths (not referenced within PMBOK) Cross-functional empowered teams Flexibility and adaptability Strong customer focus Just enough rigor and documentation 18
  18. 18. Scrum Is an Innovative Approach toGetting Work Done• Scrum is an agile framework for completing complex projects. Scrum originally was formalized for software development projects, but works well for any complex, innovative scope of work. The possibilities are endless. The Scrum framework is deceptively simple.http://scrumalliance.org/pages/what_is_scrum 20
  19. 19. Empiricism• Detailed up-front planning and defined processes are replaced by just-in- time Inspect and Adapt cyclesSelf-Organization• Small teams manage their own workload and organize themselves around clear goals and constraintsPrioritization• Do the next right thingRhythm• Allows teams to avoid daily noise and focus on deliveryCollaboration• Leaders and customers work with the Team, rather than directing them 21
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  21. 21. Pigs• Product Owner Owns the product and gives guidance on requirements (Voice of the Customer)• ScrumMaster Ensures the SCRUM process and removing impediments for the team• Scrum Team Overall execution of the SCRUM project.Chickens• Users The users of the project’s output• Stakeholders Individuals who will be affected by the project• Consulting Experts 23
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  24. 24. Cross-Functional5-8 MembersSelf-OrganizingFocused on meeting Commitments 26
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  39. 39. 1. Get backlog in order! 6. Sprint!2. Estimate product backlog 7. Stand up and be counted3. Sprint Planning / requirements 8. Track progress4. Sprint Planning / tasks 9. Finish when you said you would5. Create a collaborative workspace 10. Review, reflect, repeat 41
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  41. 41. Main Scrum discussion grouphttp://scrumalliance.googlegroups.comScrum Alliance home pagehttp://www.scrumalliance.orgAgilemanifesto.orgwww.rgalen.comEd Chaltry, Centare Group, Ltd.http://www.NewTechUSA.comwww.conscire.comAnd many more (available upon request) 43
  42. 42. You might find lots of articles and case studies at the Scrum resources web page at theScrum Alliances site.Artful Making: a beautiful comparison between theatre and software development -highly recommendedUser Stories Applied: very good (¿only?) introduction to user stories, and agileestimation and planningThe Reengineering Alternative: presents a very interesting and powerful model tounderstand organizational culturesAgile Retrospectives: a series of tools you can use during retrospectivesSeeing Systems: systemic view on human organizationsThe Toyota Way: introduction to lean ideasThe Wisdom of Crowds: its so hard to know who knows betterAgile Project Management with Scrum: malle the best on Scrum published so far, eventhough it is not amazing at allThe facilitators guide to participatory decision making: excellent tools for facilitators -very useful for retrospectives and other potentially conflictive meetingsScrum and XP from the trenches: case study on Scrum and XP. Very readable and usefulfor beginners.The Skilled Facilitator: a deep and methodic introduction to facilitationFree Play: a study on creativity and improvisation. You can easily relate it to Scrum with alittle imaginationOpen Space Technology: an introduction to Open Space: a method used to run self-organized meetings with up to 2000 participantsThe Answer to How is Yes: Deep and abstract reflection on the knowledge workersinertial need for tools before seeking his/her own way through exploration 44
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