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Tips on what to do, and don't do, while adopting Scrum throughout the organization.

Tips on what to do, and don't do, while adopting Scrum throughout the organization.
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  • Enterprise Scrum Tips on what to do, and don't do, while adopting Scrum throughout the organization. Danilo Bardusco <bardusco@gmail.com>
  • History
  • 9 years ago... Globo.com was created, with the mission of be the Internet arm of Globo Organizations
  • 2000,March a team with just over 20 people, has bring to live the very first portal's version.
  • 2000,July ”Globo.com starring the biggest dot.com transaction in Latin America” Fonte: REUTERS
  • 2001,August Globo.com has hired me and Antonio Carlos Silveira to start the WebMedia division.
  • 2002,January Globo.com gets the 3° position on the brazilian online audience ranking.
  • 2006,June Hit a record of traffic generated by a single Internet portal in Brazil with the World Cup Soccer.
  • 400.000 subscribers
  • 15Gb/s Internet traffic
  • Leading: * News * Sports * Entertainment * Videos
  • 85 Millions of videos/month
  • but...
  • We can't delivery more than 1 big product per year.
  • We'd a long list of BUGs after releases.
  • A legacy code base, without tests, very hard to maintain.
  • so many failed projects
  • why?
  • 400+ employees
  • 15+ departments
  • 4 locations
  • to much beurocracy
  • 2007,May first Scrum pilot
  • Big Brother Brazil subscriptions
  • Oddities Main requirement was never delivered Despite that the client was very happy!(scope negotiation) Noise and Post-Its on the walls drew the attention of the entire company. Board requested a presentation to know what is this scrum is about.
  • 2008,January 4 multi-functional teams working with Scrum
  • Departments starting to loose power.
  • 100+ People trained by Boris Gloger
  • Scrum of Scrums SoS daily with Scrum Masters
  • Velocity++ Quality++
  • 7 dissolved departments
  • 16 Is the number of teams that make all Globo.com's product development.
  • Communities's Scrum of Scrums Agile Process Product portfolio, corporate backlog Web Design Standards Web Standards Information Architecture Testing tools, test automation, etc, Scrum of Scrums (developers)
  • Hierarchy / Departments Organizational structure radically changed
  • Reward Reward model need to be changed
  • so?
  • stability?
  • why?
  • Management way must change Trust
  • Kaizen Mind lack of a sense of urgency.
  • XP practices Agile engineering practices.
  • Meta-Scrum Portfolio management
  • Reuse 5 twitters like in less than one year.
  • New Platform
    • Scalable
    • Distributed
    • Service Oriented Architecture
    • Easy to use
    • Fast to develop
  • Start 1 Team 12 Sprints
  • Making new teams
  • estimation?
  • Syncronizing
    • All 6 teams started theirs Sprints together
    • Individual Sprint Plannings
    • Daily Meeting at 9:30h (each team)
    • Daily Scrum of Scrums at 9:50h
    • Collective Review at auditorium with everybody.
  • Colaboration tools
    • Mailling list (no more emails)
    • IRC (no more IM)
    • GitHub
    • PasteBin
    • Live documentation on Wiki
  • 3 days of hands-on trainning
  • tips!
  • Do not parallelize - reduces the stock of unfinished products - help on self-management - regulate the team size - kick out of confort zone
  • In large scale, less is more - search for alternatives - Reuse solutions - Explore a lot of ideas
  • Be a Lazy Boy 1. just do what is absolutely necessary to achieve the GOAL 2. don't reinvent the wheel 3. simplify 4. automate
  • 2009,January We've got the top position in page views among the brazilian web portals. source: alexa.com
  • Thank you! It's possible to write quality software without beurocracy. Danilo Bardusco <bardusco@gmail.com> http://blog.bardusco.com