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Integrating Agile into PRINCE2 (v3)

Integrating Agile into PRINCE2 (v3)



Presentation slides for webinar on combining the best of Agile Project Management and PRINCE2. Backed by popular demand, this was the third time we ran this webinar.

Presentation slides for webinar on combining the best of Agile Project Management and PRINCE2. Backed by popular demand, this was the third time we ran this webinar.



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    • www.apmginternational.com APMG-International Webinar Integrating Agile into PRINCE2 ® Thursday 31 October 2013 / 13:00 GMT Presented by Melanie Franklin, Agile Change Management Ltd www.APMG-International.com
    • Agenda • Welcome & introduction – Mark Constable, Marketing Executive APMG-International • Integrating Agile into PRINCE2 ® – Melanie Franklin • Q&A • More Information • Close
    • About APMG-International • Global Examination & Accreditation Institute • Official accreditation/qualification body for Best Management Practice PPM portfolio • Extensive portfolio of professional management qualifications • 350+ Accredit training (ATO) and consulting (ACO) organizations with 1800+ approved trainers and consultants • Certify examination candidates; 18000+ exams per month • HQ in UK; operational offices or formal representation in 12 countries • Full details at www.APMG-International.com
    • Presenter Melanie Franklin has a track record of excellence in project, programme and portfolio planning and delivery. She is the author of 6 books about project and change management and is writing her 7th book for newly appointed change managers. She develops lots of materials to help project managers transition from using PRINCE2® based methods to more agile approaches. Moderator Mark Constable is a Marketing Executive at APMG-International with over 7 years experience at the company. agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 4
    • Objectives Define what agile working means and how this has been captured in the APMG Agile Project Management qualification scheme. Use the PRINCE2® process model to explain how agile project management can govern development, with PRINCE2® governing the overall project. Review the importance that organisations are placing on adopting an agile project management approach. agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 5
    • What is agile? Waterfall: Agile: agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 6
    • Main players agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 7
    • Benefits of Agile Project Management Governance: - Documentation - Formal decision making - Progress reporting Collaboration with users and early delivery of business value agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 8
    • What is agile? People and interactions Working software over over Customer collaboration over Responding to change over Communicate clearly and continuously Processes and tools Never compromise quality Deliver on time Comprehensive documentation Demonstrate control Focus on the business need Contract negotiation Collaborate Build incrementally from firm foundations Following a plan Develop iteratively agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 9
    • Differences PRINCE2 Agile Project Management ® Solution defined in detail Vs Solution evolves All features are promised Vs Features are prioritised Time and budget can flex Vs Time and budget are fixed PM plans in detail and delegates work Vs Self directed team, PM removes barriers to progress Command & control structure Vs Collaborative working agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 10
    • Style of working Agile: Waterfall: Project Board Business Users Board Project Manager Project Manager Team Users Team agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 11
    • Waterfall versus Agile lifecycles Analyse Plan Design Build Test Correct Waterfall: Analyse Agile: Plan Design Build Test Analyse Deploy agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 Plan Test Deploy Design Build Test Deploy 12
    • Agile lifecycle Feasibility Pre-Project Foundations Deployment Exploration Post-Project Engineering agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 13
    • Controlling time not requirements PreProject Postproject Project Feasibility Increment Foundations Time box Time box Deploy agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 Increment Time box Time box Deploy 14
    • Timeboxes Increment Time box Must have • Summary of how content on each page links to other places on the site • Agreed design for home page • Agreed design for each page type  • First draft of content for home page • First draft of content for company information • First draft of content for each of the services pages • Links to social media platforms Could have   Could have • Mechanism for transferring content from existing site • High level plan of pages on new site Should have Priorities Must have Results Should have Priorities Deploy Time box • Agreed design for home page • Agreed design for each page type Results   • First draft of content for home page • First draft of content for company information • First draft of content for each of the services pages • Links to social media platforms 15 agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013
    • Agile and PRINCE2 lifecycles Project Brief Business case Project Mandate Project Initiation Document Terms of Reference Feasibility Pre-Project Business Foundations & Prioritised Requirements List Foundations Completed Work Package Deployed Solution Deployment Exploration Post-Project Engineering Post-Project Review Benefits Assessment
    • Roles Business Sponsor Corporate or Program Management Steering Group Sponsor Senior User Project Manager Business Visionary Senior Supplier Technical Advisor Project Manager Business Analyst Technical Coordinator Business Advisor Project Support Team Manager(s) Business Ambassador Team Leader Solution Developer Team Members Solution Tester agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 17
    • Why is Agile so important? Got better No benefit Got worse Ability to manage changing projects 90% 9% 1% Increased productivity 85% 13% 2% Improved project visibility 84% 14% 2% Improved team morale 84% 13% 3% Enhanced software quality 81% 17% 2% 80% Reduce risk 18% 2% Faster time-to-market 79% 19% 2% Better alignment between IT & Business Objectives 79% 20% 1% 76% Simplify development process 20% Data courtesy of 7th Annual State of Agile Development Survey 2012 – www.versionone.com agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 18 4%
    • Popularity of Agile Project Management Year 3 (2013) Year 3 (1998) Year 2 (1997) Year 2 (2012) Year 1 (1996) Year 1 (2011) 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 0 agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 19
    • Structure of the qualification Foundation: 1 hour multiple choice paper 60 questions, 30 correct answers (50%) are required for a pass Closed book exam Practitioner: 2 hour objective based testing exam 4 questions with 15 marks per question 30 marks (50%) of the marks are required for a pass Open book (can use hand book to research your answers) agilechangemanagement.co.uk © 2013 20
    • More Information • APMG-International website: – www.APMG-International.com • PRINCE2 Official Website: – www.apmg-international.com/PRINCE2 • APMG’s Agile Project Management – www.apmg-international.com/AgilePM • Agile Change Management Limited – www.agilechangemanagement.co.uk – Email Melanie at melanie@agilechangemanagement.co.uk http://www.linkedin.com/company/apmg-international @APMG_Inter